Whether it’s a landscape around the world, people in a cafe, flowers in a garden or a portrait, Cheryl paints what moves her. Focusing on oil paints, she paints both en plein air and in her studio in Tel Aviv.
Igal Ram, born 1974 in Israel, Igal draw and sketch on and off roughly since I was 5, but have taken up painting only recently.
Most of his latest works are outdoors ("en pleinair"), with pastels or oils, featuring the light, the people and the landscapes of Tel Aviv, where he lives
The heart is the main theme of the Sahar Matana As well as an aspiration for balancing and emanating the ego from his childhood.
Through the work - oil on canvas, ink on plywood and graffiti - Sahar tries to break conventions and let the human experience connect to creation.
Katya creates abstract paintings, rich in color and movement. "I am fascinated by the immediacy that acrylic paints provide. It allows me to capture the movement of the inner soul, here and now, on the canvas, creating imaginative worlds where feelings and sensations are reflected in color and shape on the canvas."
The artist's works comprise distinct cycles based on interconnected fragments and motifs that form complex structures, alternating between figurative and abstract.
A part of her creative work is design of poetry books.
Keeping fresh impression on what is in front of her eyes, she deals with relationships between the model to the space it occupies in terms of shape, color, and tone. Although she paints from nature, she treats her compositions as abstract paintings.
An English born, multi-media artist, living in Israel. the challenge and struggle to find identity as an artist, as an Israeli, as herself, is recorded in her works, along with joyous adventure and experiments.
Abstract paintings and drawings using paper and collage made out of variety of sources such as threads, yarn and reproductions of still life paintings. The painting process combines different techniques and takes place on the continuum between spontaneity and planning.
Refael's paintings deal with the connection between the physical and emotional plains, poetical and intimate. Naïve, boyish figures faced with Mother Nature in situations that both emphasizes their beauty and implies on their vulnerability and fragileness. His work is influenced by poetry and literature, fairy tales and youth adventure tales.
artist and researcher, works in Tel Aviv. Graduate Avni Institute. Her works are exhibited in Israel and abroad. Topics covered her works are a dialogue between the inner world: feelings, emotions, smells, thoughts and memories, and everyday space.
Daniella presents paintings and prints in mixed media technique, through which she reflects her personal inner world in an intimate and associative manner.
Her connection to nature, origins and heritage and her reference to the social/political situation are evidenced in her works
Ar paints and draws his surrounds both the people and everyday objects he finds around him in Tel Aviv. He does this, with a realist technique, often preferring to paint objects which are worn, rather than pristine.
Contemporary artist who deals mostly with abstract painting.
With bright colors and vibrant brush movement she expresses a special connection to the world around her.
Her paintings come from a sensitive deep insight into everyday life which merge changes, people and objects that create the differences.
Noa Arbel is inspired by desolated urban places, open nature and cloudy skies. She has started by painting New York cityscapes and Plein Air Maryland landscapes, and continued with local Israeli landscapes. Using a rich palette of colors and textures, her paintings merge abstract and representational approaches.
Dan Birenboims studies in architecture art , and his subsequent work in Israel as an artist, curator, and urban planner inform his art practice. Frequently focusing on trees, parks, power-lines, ravens and forests, these motifs are woven into a dialogue of the greening of urban space, or the forest as a green lung".
Painter who frequently use a variety of materials, including organic materials collected in the wild, creating a rich texture and expressive paintings. The paintings are characterized by a balance between chaos and organization.
The myth of Garden of Eden is a key motif in the work of Niva Harsgor Nadin . The artist parallels the biblical story as it was phrased and articulated in the western art with the Israeli public and individual mundane
Painting, color, fantasy and humor. Miriam Dauber creates exceptional paintings strange, picturesque that seemingly belong to the long gone world of the Baroque.
Miriam Dauber's sarcastic brush featuring picturesque characters, and precise drawings rich in detail
Nava Porat expresses herself artistically in etchings, silkscreens, drawings, naïve art and photorealistic paintings. She focuses in her paintings in the fat female body, for its beauty, joy, aesthetics, humor and erotica.
Explores the way we perceive and are affected by icons of power and are motivated by a political-critical thinking. Each of my works is inspired by a specific event or persona. Paints primarily in series, using ink and acrylic on large canvases.
A contemporary Israeli artist, paints figurative paintings that are based on private and anonymous posed photographs. In her artistic action she creates images of girls and maturing girls that relate to the history of the Israeli society
Etti Tour was born in Jerusalem, where the roots of her work lay: "Wild fields with flowing meadows, with the occasional church bell ringing coming from the nearby Ein Karem... I wondered dreamingly within this magical scenery, fresh scents and wide open fields ... I started to draw and since then .... I never stopped."
An artist, (a graduate of the Midrasha and the Hebrew university). Nurit Draws her immediate vicinity and refers to issues in the public and local domain.
Her painting range from realistic and expressive, to lyrical and concise.
Through my art and paintings, a rich inner world of unlimited emotions and feelings is expressed. Motion and unrest are evident, hinting at a process of being lost and found again, manifesting in colors and complex abstraction. The spectator is invited to join me in a journey of survival and hope.
Ruth Ben Yaacov Israeli artist and painter, graduates Hamidrasha school of art and Haifa university. Her work deals with femininity, childhood, imagination and inner experience, memory, game and nature
Figurative artist who paints with different techniques. Her works are related to her life and talk about issues such as family, relationships, body and Self-Image. Ronitis a Bezalel graduate, she has exhibited in solo and group exhibitions, and even curated a number of exhibitions.
Presents paintings, sculptures and installation.
M.A graduate of Tel Aviv university in art history and 'Basis' school of sculpture. Her Paintings and installations live on the line between the abstract and the concrete, careful planning and free spontaneity
Engages in the processing of photographs using various hand made techniques(cutting, peeling, dacolage).
In his works, he focuses on abstract images and geometries, the aesthetic of the nature of the Land of Israel in the face of the urban construction taking over the landscape of his childhood in Jerusalem.
Shoshana Eden (1917-2002)is a painter who painted her childhood memories of a shtetl in Poland. The paintings show the shtetl from a young girl's point of view, and they offer a unique look at a long gone world.
Painting is for Ronen a medium, a tool and a language in which he reports to himself, to his close circle and to the occasional viewer- about the world in which he lives and operates and about his inner world.
The artist exploresthe concept of the family through realistic painting, on the basis of different compositions, watching typical families and relationships.
She observes life, and work with photography and a computer along with watercolor on paper and oil paintings on canvas or wood.
A multidisciplinary artist dealing with realistic painting and drawing, etching, porcelain sculpture and installations in various materials: paper, glass and metal
Sima's works are connected to the consciousness of collective time and the space of personal memory. Above the fractions of reality represented in her work there is a whole world of fantasy and imagination.
An artist who works in the dry etching technique - the most basic method of all etching techniques and at the same time difficult and demanding.
Nahmani works combine the landscape of his childhood, the city of Jerusalem, the tension between urbanism and the nature of the Land of Israel.
Neta Lieber's paintings deal with the visual interpretation of the concept of memory.
This is a type of painting that aims to validate the elusiveness of time while recreating it using lines, and colors
Drawing and painting works of the self-taught artist, Ehud Ben-Hur. The works are full of imagination and emotion, and were inspired by journeys from Jerusalem, down the Judean Desert to the Dead Sea, and influenced by events and processes in life.
Cnaani's works are situated along the axis between sculpture to painting and drawing, and examines the relationship between them. Her images relate to ancient animals, wild plants, the human body and soil.
A painter, children book illustrator and a script writer. Segal often uses industrial materials such as whitewash, wall paint, metal and wood paint. Segal applies these materials on simple plywood and the results surprise with their vividness, tenderness, and Joy.
An artist who searches the freedom to create with no boundaries, to express the diversity of color from which the human soul is composed.
For Patricia, spreading color across a canvas is a means of meditation; to connect with her inner self
Lives and works in Jaffa. "Wandering around the flea market in Jaffa with a camera resulted in creating series of works that in my eyes connects to some form of recycling .stuff that got thrown away and got passed around find a new home..."