- Yael Avi-Yonah was born in Jerusalem, a graduate of
Bezalel Academy of Art.
- Her father was the distinguished
archaeologist and historian, Michael Avi-Yonah, who
- provided her
with the rich background in
art, archeology and bible, which emanates from her works.
- Thousands of
her prints and serigraphs on Jerusalem
and biblical subjects
- have been sold throughout the world. Her series
of oil portraits of 15 great contemporary
- Israeli authors was exhibited
at the Jerusalem International Book Fair in 1984 and abroad.
- In 1987
completed a series of paintings on the 12 Tribes for the Yad
- in Jerusalem. Since 1988 she has been working on a series of
in oil and mixed media
- on canvas and wood in a new and original style of anaglyfic art. Her themes are inspired by
- Jewish mysticism and the Kabbalah and include the Angels
of the Divine Chariot ,
- the Four Supernal
Worlds,the New City and Hologramic Energies.
- Her works were on display
in the Jewish
Museum in London,
- as well as galleries in Israel and abroad.
- Until her demise on October
- she lived
in Jerusalem with her husband, the artist, Dov
or anyone you know who may be visiting Northern Israel
are invited to our studio/gallery at Alkabetz
11 (near Kossov synagogue)
The Old City,Tzfat (Safed) Israel.
Telephones in Israel:
USA telephone: 1-720-477-6433
Canada telephone: 1-438-792-0806
POB 25, Tzfat (Safed) Israel 1310002