Visual Arts

About Yudi Marton

Yudi Marton was born at Israel in 1954, grew up and was educated in his early years in the youth village Galim near Haifa. After his military service in the Yom Kippur War, he studied art, teaching at the Oranim College until 1977.
He started working at the Intel Israel Corporation in 1977 as the first graphical system operator in Israel, and studied computer science at the Haifa Technion institute.

Over the years, Yudi created art in various media – sculpture in wood and soft stone, ballpen drawing, oil and acrylic works, 3D plastic prints, copper and linoleum printmaking at a workshop in Tel Aviv, as well as computer artwork. He was among the first Israeli artists who created computer art using the Amiga Commodore back in 1982, and when he presented his art at a worldwide competition at the Hearst Gallery in New York at 1985, he won the third prize.
Member of the Israeli Artists Association and the Israeli Art Creators. He is also a longtime board member of the Israeli Associations of Illustrators, and was recently was elected and served as chairman of the Association.

Yudi has presented more than 50 individual and group exhibitions in Israel and abroad, and has won many recognitions and awards.
He is the father of four children and grandfather of four grandchildren.

Yudi Marton

Visual Arts
Digital Art / Multimedia, Drawing & Painting, Illustration, Printmaking

Haifa, Israel
Grant Recipient

Artist Gallery