Yael Avi-Yonah, OBM
Short Biography

Yael Avi-Yonah was born in Jerusalem,
a graduate of Bezalel Academy of Art. 
Her father was the distinguished
archaeologist and historian, Michael Avi-Yonah,
who provided her with the rich background in
art, archeology and bible,
which emanates from her works.
Thousands of her prints and serigraphs
on Jerusalem landscapes and biblical subjects
have been sold throughout the world.
Her series of portraits of
15 great contemporaryIsraeli authors
was exhibited at the Jerusalem International Book Fair
in 1984 and abroad.
In 1987 she completed a series of paintings on
the Twelve Tribes for the
Yad L'Mordechai synagogue in Jerusalem.
Since 1988 she worked
on a series of works in oil and mixed media
on canvas and wood
in a new and original style of anaglyfic art.
Her themes are inspired by
Jewish mysticism and the Kabbalah
and include the Angels of the Divine Chariot ,
the Four Supernal Worlds, the New City
 and Hologramic Energies.
Her works were on display
in the Jewish Museum in London,
as well as galleries in Israel and abroad.
Until her demise on October 24th, 2012,
she lived in Jerusalem
with her husband, the artist, Dov Lederberg.
Remembering Yael

yael avi-yonah

TV interview with Yael Avi-Yonah
with Hebrew subtitles

The manager of Yael's estate
is interested
in contacting a serious collector
who would be willing and able
to promote her original paintings
in museums and galleries
Mailing address:
107 Alorzorov Street
Tzfat (Safed) Israel 1322480
Telephone in Israel:
  mobile: 052-662-7620

USA telephone: 1-720-477-6433  

Email address: dovlederberg@gmail.com

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