Silver Pamela


Biographical Notes
1948 Pamela Segal was born in Johannesburg, South Africa
1952 Moved with her family to Bulawayo, Zimbabwe
1973 Immigrated to Israel 
1985 Member of the Israel Association of Painters and Sculptors
                Lives and works in Motza Illit near Jerusalem
1965-69  BA in History, English, University of Cape Town, South Africa 
1971        Post-graduate certificate of education, Goldsmith's College, University of London
1982-83  Studied at the Art Students' League, New York
1992        Studied etching and silk screen printing at the Jerusalem Print Workshop and has printed there on an individual weekly basis since 1996
1995        Massachusetts School of Art and Design, Boston. Monoprint Workshop
Selected Solo Exhibitions
1984 "Faces from New York," Alon Gallery, Jerusalem
1988 The Artists' House, Jerusalem
                Ben Uri, London Jewish Museum of Art
1989 "Watercolors," Mabat Gallery, Tel Aviv (two-person exhibition)
1991 "Faces in Nature," Alon Gallery, Boston (two-person exhibition)
1992 "Childhood Memories," Nora Art Gallery, Jerusalem 
1993 "The Sea," Jerusalem Theatre Gallery, Jerusalem 
1995 "A Journey Home to Zimbabwe," Mabat Gallery, Tel Aviv (cat.)
                "A Journey Home to Zimbabwe," The National Gallery of Zimbabwe, Harare, Zimbabwe; National Gallery  in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe
1997 "Falling from the Stars," The Artists' House, Jerusalem
1998 "In Every Color there is Light," Municipal Gallery, Jerusalem 
1999 "Magic Earth," Leighton House Museum, London
                "A Watercolor Diary," The Art Gallery, Beit Gabriel on the Kinneret, Israel 
2000 "A Watercolor Diary," Saka Gallery, Tokyo
2002 "Magical Dreams" Galleri Sct. Gertrud, Copenhagen
        Official Artists of the EDTA XXXIX Copenhagen
2003 "Images Fleeting Past," The Khan Museum, Ashkelon, Israel (cat.)
2004 "Circles in the Sand," The Artists' House, Jerusalem
                "Circles in the Sand," Galerie am Park, Vienna
                "Circles of My Soul,"  Museu Da Água da Epal, Lisbon (cat.)
2006 "Secret Symbols," Nora Art Gallery, Jerusalem (cat.)
2008 "Sensing the Other," The Jerusalem Art Center, Jerusalem (cat.)
2009 "Cape Town, How I Love You and All Your Secrets," Spier, Stellenbosch, South Africa
                "A Jerusalem Summer Evening,"  Galleri Sulegaarden,  Assens, Denmark (cat.)
2012 "I See You," The Art House Gallery, Mevasseret, Jerusalem (cat.)
2013       "The Horizon is Here” The Zaritsky Artists’ House Tel Aviv (cat.)
Selected Group Exhibitions
1986 "Telfed Arts Festival," Yad Labanim Museum, Herzliya, Israel
1987-89  "National Society," Smith's Gallery, Covent Garden, London
1989 "Tashmat," The Artists' House, Jerusalem
                Grand prix International d'arts Plastiques, Nice, France (cat.) and Award Diplome D’Honneur
                "Twelve Jerusalem Artists," Alexandra Palace, London
1990 "Old and New," curated by Shulamit Efrat The Artists' House, Jerusalem 
1996 "Jerusalem-Moscow," Central Exhibition Hall, Moscow (cat.)
1997 "Osaka Print Triennial," the 8th International Contemporary Art Competition, Osaka (cat.)
                "Dialogue," International Exhibition, Manege, St. Petersburg
1998 Tokyo International Mini-Print Triennial, Tama Art University Museum, Tokyo 
                "50 Years to Israel," Galeria d'Art Zero, Barcelona 
                "Watercolors," Galleri Sulegaarden, Assens, Denmark
1999 "Sabinsky Press Artist Book," Performing Arts Center, Tel Aviv
2000 "30x30," The Artists' House, Jerusalem (cat.)
2001 "Riimfaxe," Gallery M, Berlin (cat.)
                "Tokyo International Mini-Print Triennial," Tama Art University Museum, Tokyo
2002 "Jerusalem Lions," street exhibition, Jerusalem (cat.)
                "Freedom," Hanita Museum, Kibbutz Hanita, Israel
2003 "Israeli Contemporary," Robert Sandelson Gallery, London (cat.)
                "Seven Artists in One Season," Mabat Gallery, Tel Aviv (cat.)
2004 "Riimfaxe," The Round Tower, Copenhagen
2005 "2nd Beijing International Art Biennale," Beijing (cat.)
                "2nd Triennial of Contemporary Art," Mauritius 
2006 "Awakening," Wilfrid Israel Museum, Kibbutz Hazorea, Israel (cat.)
                "The House," Beit Ahuza, Ra'anana, Israel 
2007 "Traces III: The 3rd Biennale for Drawing in Israel," The Artists' House, Jerusalem (cat.)
                "The 7th Watercolor Biennial," Gallery Savremena, Serbia  (cat.)
                "Small Dimensions," Nora Art Gallery, Jerusalem
                "Printmakers," Zik Gallery, Jerusalem
2008 "Olympic Fine Arts Exhibition," China International Exhibition Centre, Beijing,  (cat.)
                "The Artists' House, Jerusalem (cat.) - "Jerusalem, Surface Fractures
2010 "Traces IV: the 4th Biennale for Drawing in Israel," The Jerusalem Print Workshop, Jerusalem (cat.)
2014 “The 1st International Art Biennale,” Qingdao, China (cat.)
2015 "Hundred Women Artists’ Artworks Exhibition Qingdao"   Womens’ Artist Association China
2015        “The 13rd Sage of Calligraphy” Cultural Festival, Linyi China
2015 “Red and Green International Female Art Exhibition”, Ningbo Art and Cultural Center, China
2015 "The Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition," London (cat.)
2015   "The Original Print Show" curated by Norman Ackroyd CBE RA, Zillah Bell Gallery, Thirsk UK
2016   "Fresh Paint", Gottesman Etching Centre exhibition, Tel Aviv
            "Green Earth", Kalakshatra Museum Gallery,  Kalakshatra, Guwahati, India (cat.)
            "The Masters- Etching", Royal Society of Painters and Printmakers, Bankside Gallery, London
Public Collections
Victoria and Albert Museum London; Tel Aviv Museum of Art; Israel Museum, Jerusalem; 
Museu Da Água da Epal, Lisbon; Jerusalem University, Tama Art University Museum, Tokyo;  National Gallery in Bulawayo, 
Zimbabwe: Ben Uri, London Jewish Museum of Art 
I am an intuitive artist, painting my deep inner world. My childhood in Africa, the natural beauty of wide open spaces and trees are a rich source of knowledge in my art.
I have created a magical garden filled with trees, flowers and birds in our home in Motza Illit on the outskirts of Jerusalem and here I paint.
I try to create a feeling of peace and harmony within my work and to arouse awareness to the beauty of nature, and the healing power of trees, flowers, the sea and the sky.

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