In my work there is tension between two poles. On the one hand, I use crude materials such as old broken falling apart boards, in addition to jute and torn gauze pads that absorb colorful plaster of a coarse grainy texture; on the other hand, I express order and organization by using shapes, repetitive lines and distinct borders. Definitive boundaries allow me to impart order into the mysterious, both on the surface as well as inside the immersed layers of plaster, wood and fabrics. Listening, intuition and observing nature, events and people are fundamental in the process.
Born in Kibbutz Hazorea; living and creating in Motza Illit near Jerusalem
Art and Education major (BEd), David Yellin College, Jerusalem
Awareness and Personal Development through Voice
Guided Imagery and Reiki
Tai Chi, Chi kong
2008 – Peelings, Jerusalem theater
2015 – In my mind's eye, visions from distant worlds
Gallery of Kibbutz Mishmar HaEmek
2008 – New Life, Eshkol Pais Ohel Shem Gallery, Ramat Gan
2008 – Built-In Shikhina* – on Women and Spirituality Givatyim Theater.
*In Jewish literature Shikhina represents the divine epiphany of man as well as femininity and maternity.
2009 – Old Page, The Farm Gallery, Holon
2011 – Feminine Portrait, Givatyim Theater
Photo: Lena Gomon | Design: Lee&Tamar studio