Israeli painters
Israeli painters

Israeli painters

Israeli painters

Israeli contemporary art

Israeli contemporary art

Israeli contemporary art

Israeli contemporary art

Israeli contemporary art

Israeli contemporary art

Characterizing Yehudit Englard's unique artistic style necessitates rich language.
Her work is constituted by dimensions, shapes and symbols that suggest urban and natural scenes, and landscapes of the soul that evoke spiritual inspiration.

For Yehudit, each painting is an adventure; a journey that begins in nature and proceeds into her inner being. She has imbibed the surrounding scenes into her very self and applied them to large canvases in layers of vibrant colors. "I grasp the energies from the external world, from the universe in which I have found perfection, and this sense of perfection I attempt to introduce into my images".

Yehudit Englard was born in Baghdad and came to Israel at the age of 4. She had an autodidactic education in which she absorbed art all her life and this has now emerged in a rich creative outburst. "It was a difficult time of austerity and shortage, characterized by suppressing impulses". This period in Yehudit's life was later conveyed in her expressive paintings that flow with an unstoppable dynamic rhythm and with a sense of inner truth that projects optimism.


Yehudit  succeeds in creating a legendary illusion by means of asymmetric compositions, long strokes of the brush, rhythm and unexpected blends of color.


The exhibition in Zaritsky Artists House in Tel Aviv combines an organically connected corpus of work that leads the spectator along a deep experiential and spiritual journey. Although it is possible to detect familiar elements from the world of nature and the urban landscape in most paintings, these are but part of the graphic whole within which the abstract messages are embroidered; they unite into a fantasy experience through which the artist conveys emotional descriptions and ideas.


This artistic collection of work by Yehudit Englard combines into a meaningful and sincere poetic unit that functions on the border between the tangible and the conceptual.


Yehudit Englard: "Imagination, creativity, painting and color are the profound source of inner quiet and sense of perfection".

Silence and Storm (I will see, I will not see)

Arie Berkovitz, Curator

© 2021 by Yehudit Englard

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