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  1. Riki Rothenberg

    Riki Rothenberg works are part of many private and public collections around the world: Israel Japan, Europe, South America and the U.S.A.          Her art works (oils and mix media on canvas or wood) were exhibited in private and joint exhibitions, both in Israel and around the world. Riki's works have been internationally printed in... More
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  2. Ruth Pasder

    Ruth Pasder immigrated to Israel from France in 1983. She and her husband David have six children and many grandchildren.    Ruth has been working as a professional artist for the past 35 years, selling her paintings throughout Israel, the United States, Canada and France.  Ruth's works have been in numerous art exhibitions in Israel and abroad. She is also a... More
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  3. Elisheva Blum

    Born in the USA in 1983,  Elisheva (Harow) Blum made aliyah with her family at the age of 5 to the then-fledgling city of Efrat, located in the hills of Judea. Her childhood home was intensely infused with the passionate love and appreciation of the land and G-d of Israel, which came to greatly influence her artistic development. As a child, Elisheva always had an affinity for... More
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  4. Hagay Emmanuel

    Born in Tel-Aviv in 1964, Hagay Emmanuel is today a married father of 6 children, two of which are themselves married with children. He has lived in the Samarian town of Peduel since the year 1988. The Emmanuel's were the 20 th pioneering family to take settle in Peduel. Living in a small caravan, in a remote area of Samaria, for 6 years is itself a testament to the strong Zionist... More
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  5. Orli Ziv

    Orli Ziv  is a vibrant and multi-talented French artist.  Born in 1960, she is the daughter of child survivors who had gone into hiding in France during the war. Her parents raised her with the love of art, and she was lucky enough to grow up and study in Paris, both which gave her a taste and an eye for aesthetics. Orli made aliyah in 1990, and currently resides near Jerusalem in... More
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  6. Pinchas Saar

    Pinchas Saar was born in 1955 in Casablanca, Morocco, the middle (5th) child of 9 children. His older brother was, himself, a very talented artist, and so their parents home was always infused with the smell of oil paints and turpentine. Pinchas was naturally greatly influenced by his older brother, and painting became a dream for him as well.   At the beginning of 1973,... More
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  7. Elisheva Shira

    Elisheva Shira is an American-born and trained artist, living in Israel. She holds a Bachelor’s degree from Parson’s School of Design in N.Y.C. and a Master’s of Fine Art from Suny New Paltz. She has exhibited her work in the U.S. and abroad. Elisheva is now living in the hills outside of Jerusalem, Israel, with her husband and five children.   Elisheva paints... More
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  8. Oriya Elias

    Oriya Elias is a 43 year old artist, and a married mother of  three children. She resides in Tal Menashe- a town located in the northern Shomron (Samaria). Oriya has been working as an educator for the past 20 years,at several well-known establishments. She is a graduate of Bar-Ilan University, where she earned her B.A. and Education Certificate. She majored in Studies Of The Land... More
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  9. Sara Joselit

      Sara was born in Jerusalem and began painting at the age of eight. Painting for her was s a way of expressing my awareness of the beauty and richness of the world in which we live. Being able to put the beauty of the world and of the land of Israel onto a canvas is an exciting process that heightens her own sensitivity to beauty and inspires her. Sara enjoys painting scenes of... More
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  10. Michelle Katz

    Michelle Katz was born in New York at the time of the Abstract Expressionist movement in NY.  As a high school art major, she was exposed to New York's major museums and art galleries. In 1975 she studied drama and art at the State University of New York at New Paltz. The beauty of that upstate New York region- with its farms, orchards, lakes and mountains- inspired... More
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  11. Baruch Nachshon

    Born in Mandatory Palestine in 1939, in the city of Haifa. Baruch Nachshon began to paint in early childhood, and developed his relationship to art and to artists throughout his youth. During his military service, Nachshon herded flocks for the IDF, an experience that imbued in him a love and appreciation for nature which figures prominently in his work until today. Upon completing his... More
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  12. Tamar Rund

    Tamar Rund's art shows her deep love and connection to the land of Israel. While her parents made aliyah when she was just an infant, Tamar never took for granted that she was privileged enough to grow up in Israel. To her, every piece of the land and every one of its people, has beauty. That beauty is what inspires her art, becomes a part of her art, and is the essence of her art.... More
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  13. Greta Koznikov

    Greta Koznikov was born in the Ukraine. At the age of eight months, when the Nazis invaded Russia, the family fled to Siberia. Only her grandfather, a Rabbi, stayed in the city. He believed that the Nazis would not behave as the Soviets did- closing synagogues and Jewish institutions, and exiling Jews to Siberia. Eventually the Nazis were the ones who killed him. Greta has been... More
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  14. Hanna Nussbaum

    Hanna Nussbaum was born in Israel, in Kibbutz Kfar Etzion, within Gush Etzion. She was evacuated from the kibbutz before its tragic fall, during Israel's War of Independence in 1948. Following the Six-Day-War in 1967, Hanna returned to the newly built Gush Etzion, where she resides to the present day. Hanna's academic studies include: 1966- B.A. in History and Political... More
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  15. Ora Uziel

    Ora Uziel was born in Paris in 1960. Since the dawn of her childhood, she was constantly surrounded by color and harmony within her home, her father being the self-taught artist Roland Blum (1929-1990) . Ora moved to Israel in 1979 and married there, while throughout studying graphics and painting. Her studies at the artist’s colony in Ein Hod began in the 80's and continue... More
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  16. Efrat Binah Yokel

    Efrat Binah Tokel is a married mother of four. She resides in the eastern Gush Ezion town of Tekoa- which overlooks the Judean Desert and the Dead Sea. After aquiring a degree in Torah education and Jewish Oral law, Efrat continued her path towards art and education with a degree in Art Therapy. Efrat continued to develop her art skills, technique and style, studying under many... More
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  17. Malka Tawil

    Open air, mountain views and houses are what awaken Malka’s desire to create, time and time again. She believes the atmosphere in Israel contains a powerful force, capable of extracting her from routine in order to touch what's beyond her reality. Her aim is not to mimic what she sees, but to allow her paintbrush to capture the sounds that are struck within her by whatever she... More
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  18. David Fisch

    David Fisch was born in Ramat Gan in 1966. He has been living in the town of Peduel, in the Shomron (Samaria) for the past 20 years, with his wife and their 8 children.   David has been painting for as long as he can remember, since early childhood. He has experimented with an abundance of styles and mediums such as: charcoal sketching, pastels, watercolors, oil and acrylic paints.... More
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