Eyal Rozman


Graduate of the Basis School Sculpture Track, with many specialized fields, such as Japanese calligraphy studied under the tutelage of Kazuo Ishii and an artist workshop taught by Hans Kantor.
Rozman, through his work in Basis, embodies the school’s artistic vision.
"The highest reward for a person's toil is not what they get for it, but what they become by it" - John Ruskin
“The love of wood drew me to study and practice woodworking, and the desire for tactility and personal expression led me to wood carving and sculpture”, says Rozman, “for me art is a tool for emotional and conceptual expression that develops sensitivity and awareness to what’s happening inside and around me. Learning in Basis provided fertile ground for me to research and expand knowledge in the language of plastic art. The practice, work methods, and different methods opened many doors for me that allow me to navigate this rich world. Constantin Brâncuși once said "Create like a god, command like a king, work like a slave", and this is a source of inspiration for me, reminding me to always be true to myself, with tenacity, determination and faith”. 
Teaching position
From 2015 – teaching various woodworking techniques in Basis.