Bila Berg
Bila Berg

Painting takes an imported part of my life. I had solo exhibitions and collective exhibitions in well-known galleries and museums in Israel.

Lev Tsimring
Lev Tsimring

In my life I juggle physics and photography. I grew up in Russia and moved to San Diego, USA in 1992 to join UCSD, where I remain ever since. Thanks to my scientific work, I have been blessed to be able to travel the world and see and photograph many amazing places. My photos have been exhibited in a number of group and solo exhibitions, won photographic awards and published in books and magazines.

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Orly Droval
Orly Droval

Born in Israel. I graduated from Hebrew University, Jerusalem. Studied in Tel-Aviv museum of Art and in artist groups under the supervision of the photographers Michal Heiman and Nurit Yarden. I also graduated a curatorial course at Sadnat Amaney Hakibutz.

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Rochelle Mass
Rochelle Mass

I write about my personal connection to the land and people of Israel, in Biblical Times as well as before and after my arrival here, more than 40 years ago. Canadian born, I bring these references with me, incorporate the patience of Winnipeg where I was born and the beauty of Vancouver where I grew up, with the captivating character of the people and daunting history of the place where I live now.

STUDIO ARMADILLO
STUDIO ARMADILLO

Anat Stein, Hadas Kruk, Industrial designers at Studio Armadillo. As a women's design studio, we are happy that this design work was awarded to Prof. Ada Yonat, the first Israeli woman to receive a Nobel Prize.

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Nelli Lorch
Nelli Lorch

Being an Israeli artist working primarily with glass and mixed media Nelli Lorch creates works which examine our life. While revealing some of her own story, Lorch leaves room for the challenge and fascination found in multiple and personal interpretation.

Sherry Morgenstein
Sherry Morgenstein

Sherry Morgenstern is a fine art photographer, living in and working in San Diego, California. She has a B.F.A. degree from Florida Atlantic University

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Toby Woolf
Toby Woolf

I'm an artist and an Art Therapist. My dream to come to the land and to rebuild by her has been fulfilled after I made Aliyah with my family.

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Yigal Feliks
Yigal Feliks

Yigal is an Israeli photographer.His work focuses on themes relating to the changing Israeli space alongside to an investigation of digital influence on photographic imagery. At the begining of 2013 Yigal has established 'Kaleidoscope press' book publication, and on June 2013 he opened the first gallery for photography in Haifa.

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Bernard Mann
Bernard Mann

Bernard Mann is drawn to the terrain and seascape of words and their inherent rhythms, secrets, and powers. He is a poet, a writer of fiction, and author of work on landscape and environment. He lives in Austin, Texas.

Shayna Denburg
Shayna Denburg

: I am a artist originally from Montreal and currently living and studying in Brooklyn. I work mostly in oil paint but am an experimenter at heart.

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Leah LJ Gottesman
Leah LJ Gottesman

My family's aliyah from NY State in 1977 presented opportunities in marketing, fundraising, tourism, freelance journalism, and multi-level English teaching. Now grandmother of 12, I recently received an MA in Creative Writing at Bar Ilan University.

Erik Kucera
Erik Kucera

Erik Kučera is an award winning artist from Slovakia, living in Palm Beach, Florida. Creator of the world renowned technique "Surreallations , Erik has participated in 200+ exhibitions worldwide and his art is found in more than 16 countries.

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Beth Grossman
Beth Grossman

Beth Grossman uses art and participatory performance as a creative force to stimulate conversation and focus attention on the environment, interpretation of history and civic engagement – all aimed at raising awareness, building community and encouraging public participation. Based in Brisbane, California, she has collaborated internationally with individuals, communities, corporations, non-profits and museums.

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Eva Dabara
Eva Dabara

Eva Dabara is a multi-disciplinary artist, poet, performer and dancer. Using photographs, text, video, performance, and objects, Eva Dabara creates a syntax which reveals a conceptual yet personal drive juxtaposing the concrete and the imaginary, verbal and visual, low and high art. Zigzagging between the different elements and media she explores an eclectic world of diverse existence which is at times dramatic, absurd, humorous, hallucinated, poetic or mundane.

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