Hagar Fletcher was born in Kibbutz Ashdot Yaakov, in a very happy environment in the Jordan Valley. She did her army service in the Jewish/Arab town of Lod – teaching Hebrew to all religions. She traveled (hitched a ride) in Europe and ended up studying Photography at Trent Polytechnic in Nottingham, UK, between 1976 to 1980.
Hagar Went to Zimbabwe (Africa) to work as a photographer and published her photos via a news agency called Camera Press. In 1980 she moved to Paris to study silk screen and sculpture as an Etudiant Libre in Ecole Des Art Applique for 2 years.
When the first Lebanon war started in Israel Hagar went back and started an amazing family with Martin Fletcher – having 3 amazing boys. In 2007 she went back to school- Bassis school of sculpture -run by David Zondelovitz a famous Russian artist. It was a really fantastic 4 years with good teachers from the Academy of Vilnius. During that time Hagar won a prize from the Tel -Aviv gallery for her bronze sculpture “What’s The Hurry.”
From 2009 Hagar took part in a few group exhibitions in Tel Aviv, Jaffa, Raanana, New York and Washington DC. In 2012 she had a solo exhibition in the West Hampton synagogue. In 2012 she showed her Nature Preserved Installation in Venice Arte Laguna, the Zara main shop in Milan rented her work for six months. This Installation also represented Israel in Milan Expo in 2015 in the Israeli pavilion.
These days Hagar shows her work in Longmont Colorado and won the 2nd prize for recycling art. She is currently doing her MFA at the Studio School in New York.