the pouting beauty
Young shepherd and his bride on the Golan Heights Acrylic on Canvas 70cm by 90cm
A modest life drawing
Nahariya Beach: pastel, charcoal, conte Depicting the beauty of the water and the feeling of life, freedom and joy that comes with a day at the beach - and the hope of wearing a baby... Is the male lifeguard watching the waves or the woman?
Shuk Machane Yehuda
Recently I've found myself drawn to the crowded market place and forgoing the spotless, air conditioned, modern mega-markets that have taken over Israel.
To the Gentle Giants
This painting is dedicated to Israel’s young men who cherish and value life. When fortunate enough to return home from the army whole, safe, and well, they do it with gratitude rather than bravado, and waste no time in finding love, establishing families and pursuing productive and creative endeavors.
Goats in the Negev
conte, charcoal, mixed media
Song of the Grasses
"Know that each and every shepherd has his own unique tune…" (Song of the Grasses by Naomi Shemer based on Rebbe Nachman) Kids who have the opportunity to grow up in Eretz Yisrael can be both as tough as the basalt stone that they sit on in the fields of the Golan and as sensitive and compassionate as the biblical shepherds of Israel. While we once hung up our harps as we wept by the rivers of Babylon, you can now see our children singing their own melodies under the willows and eucalyptus trees
The Convert: Your people will be my people This pastel drawing depicts the ger tzedek (the righteous and halachic convert), who stands with her people as a true act of compassion and unity – transcending politics.