I am an artist who grew up in Israel, studied in the US, and is currently based in Japan. I enjoy making colorful paintings and woodblock prints.
In my work, I reflect upon my experiences in the different environments I lived in. Which has allowed me to develop a sense of home wherever I went, as long as I kept making art. Through my images, I seek to deliver a warm, calming sensation, promoting a welcoming, cross-cultural connection.
I see art as a universal language, a powerful tool to communicate and share the stories that all people, anywhere, carry within.
Tokyo University of the Arts, Tokyo 2019 – Now: Printmaker, Painter, Researcher
Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Tokyo 2019: Japanese Language Course for international students.
The Jerusalem Print Workshop, Jerusalem 2017: Studied and practiced various Printmaking techniques
Bard College, New York 2012-2015: B.A., Double Major: Studio Arts and Japanese Studies
Kyoto Seika University, Kyoto 2014: An exchange student in the Study Abroad program
2021 – その場合、わたしは何をする？ (If so, what would I do?), Geidai Art Plaza, Tokyo
2020 – Artists as Independent Publishers
2020 – International Artists Exhibition, Tokyo University of the Arts, Tokyo
2019 – Between Jerusalem and Tokyo, Arts Letters & Numbers, New York
2019 – Third-Thursday, Arts Letters & Numbers, New York
2017 – Wild Illustration, Beita Gallery, Jerusalem
2015 – Please Come In, Bard College, New York
2014 – International Works, Kyoto Seika University, Kyoto
2013 – The Process of Moving Homes, Bard College, New York