My search for a meaningful personal art expression began in my youth in Brooklyn NY, studying drawing and painting in the Educational Alliance Art School.
Making Aliya in 1951 and living a kibbutz life, inspired me to focus mainly on painting people and landscape. Moving to Jerusalem in the 1960’s, presented new challenges. Discovering this unique city and finding ways of expressing it in my work became my goal. Historic ruins and buildings, Hebrew letters, amulets and the world of the Bible and Kabbalah became the intrinsic content of my art.
On this website, you'll find a wide spectrum of my art work, which can be seen in my studio and gallery in Ein Karem, Jerusalem, and in museums, galleries and private collections around the world.