Elisheva (Ellen) Horowitz

    Elisheva (Ellen) Horowitz was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio and took courses at the Cleveland Institute of Art and later went on to study painting and design at the Rochester Institute of Technology. She made Aliyah in 1986 and worked in writing, research and art directing for a number of years, but returned to her first love, painting, three years ago. Her drawings and paintings are a quest for Jewish authenticity, so to speak. She strives to achieve this by synthesizing the personalities and episodes from our past with words from our Sources and with the landscapes and colors of Israel. This allows for a visually moving experience- an encounter with the Jewish soul. By taking a bold approach to color and expression, and by daring to explore the heights and depths of the human experience, she strives to reawaken imagination and hope – a key to the survival of Israel’s spirit.

    Exhibitions, Lectures and Artist-in-Residency program

    Solo Exhibit at the Heichel Shlomo Museum of Jewish Art May 19-June 16th

    Solo Exhibit scheduled for September 2019 Ariel Regional Center for the Performing Arts

    Exhibit of prints at The Temple Museum of Jewish Art, Religion and Culture at The
    Temple-Tifereth Israel, Cleveland Ohio June – August 2019

    Artist in Residency: Kol Haot, Hutzot HaYotzer, Jerusalem Mid-September -November 2018

    Moshe Castel Museum 70th Anniversary/Women’s Month Exhibit (Group) March 2018

    Azul Gallery “Renewal” Exhibit (Group), Florentine-Tel Aviv April 2018

    El Ha Agam Gallery, Raanana “Summertime” (Group) August 19-29, 2018

    Guest Artist lecture , at Midreshet Emunah v’Omanut(Women’s Seminary for Torah and the Arts), Jerusalem January 2018

    Guest Lecture Atara (The Association for Torah & the Arts) Conference luncheon March 2018 Leonardo Plaza, Jerusalem


    Artist Photo Gallery