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  Shula Liss A Personal Journey
  Lea Goldberg One More Rhyme
  David Messer His Way
  Hava Mehuta Childhood Memories
  Ian Petri Latest works
  Bread Kfar Vradim artists exhibition
  Tali Zore Engraved Landscapes
  Women talk, Women representation in Israeli Art
  Pictures from Bread exhibition
  Tal Greenfeld Florida
  Aaron Giladi Face to Face
  Entrance
  Miki Zadik Revival
  Ido Noy on the roofs of Tel-Aviv
  Ephraim Mose Lilien Women
  On A tight Rope Ahmad Canaan
  Past Exhibitions
  Eretz Eretz
  Cycles Dalia Meiri
  Time In - Time Out
  Time in-Time out pictures
  Yoresh My Israel Are you Crying or Laughing
  Shemuel A. Katz, between BordersFrom the Glass House to the Promised Land,
  "Masa" Journey
  Israeli Summer ,Kfar Vradim Artists Exhibition
  Ascent
  Israel Independence Day Posters
  "The Naked Truth 2"
  Born from love
  "My Golden years in Art"
  Covered and Uncovered
  20 to Kfar Vradim -photography
  A personal touch
  Free Form ,Thread & Clay
  Twilight
  Portraits exhibition "Trust & Art"
  Figs & olive trees
  Nistagamus
  Young encounter -young artists exhibition
  Reding Art Fair ,Tel-Aviv Succot 2005
  METALmorphosis
  Gallery Pictures
Past Exhibitions
Shemuel A. Katz, between BordersFrom the Glass House to the Promised Land,


  

  Shemuel A. Katz between Borders  
From the Glass House to the Promised Land

Shemuel Katz, painter, illustrator, caricaturist, brings  through his drawings a personal story symbolizing a chapter in our history, a saga of survival through transit camps and the illegal immigration, haapala, towards the land of Israel. His sketches recorded the dramatic events revealing everyday life as seen trough the eyes of the young artist. The optimistic and even humorous approach makes the viewer experience, identify oneself and wonder about existential universal issues, history becomes relevant and actual to present times.                            


about the Artist                         



Atlit detention Camp, Aquarelle, 1947 Gate to Atlit detention Camp,Aquarelle, 1947