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Einat Lev Ari

Einat's path and development have always been parallel to art at all levels. She grew up with an artist mother, studied dance, design, painting, sculpture, photography, and multiple art disciplines, and created intensively throughout the years. At the beginning of her career, she designed and painted rugs and one of the oversized works was purchased by a hotel in her country of Israel. As an interior designer, she designed and manufactured many pieces of furniture. She participated in art projects and one of her sculptures was chosen to be displayed in the Ramat Hasharon municipality. She set up an art therapy studio in the village of Ofarim - a hostel for adults with autism.

Artist: Einat Lev Ari

Based in Israel



Culturally Arts Collective features:

"Hidden Eyes", April 15-May 27 2022, Milostka Center for Exhibitions 

What do you aim to say by the themes in your art?

 I use a variety of materials and techniques to express the connection between mind and art. I work mainly with acrylic paint, fabrics, yarns and assimilate prints in my paintings. I believe that artistic practice allows a symbolic realization of fantasy. Moreover, working with different genres of arts and using associations upon associations bring about a great deal of information, perspectives shedding light on an obscure truth. My works are tools of expression that enable the removal of the inner world and provide power, answers to questions and peace of mind.

Where does your inspiration come from?
My master's thesis was on "Art as a Rehabilitation Tool for Oral Painters" and was submitted to MFPA - the World Organization of Oral Painters.
Do you have experiences that impacted your art?
After studying video therapy, I accompanied the “battle shock victims” group from the "Yom Kippur" war for a year and together we created a therapeutic feature film.
Do you feel your art challenges existing barriers?
I have always connected the mind with creativity and art and in the last year when the world had gone through big changes I have found myself creating a lot. It is important for me that the public get to  know me, that they can find a connection to their psyche through my art and that people will appreciate my art.
What are your long-term artistic goals? 
 My great success is that I have always set myself a measurement goal with a deadline and I have done a lot of work to reach it. Last year I wanted to be represented by a gallery through which his works would be displayed on AETSY and ARTNET and I applied to a gallery in London that was looking to represent my works to artists and I was accepted.
What advice do you have for aspiring artists?
 Artist is a profession. If we take this seriously we can succeed. It is important to learn about art and be updated on what is happening in the world every day. Learn to market because it's the most important thing to get recognition for our art.
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