About the Artist & C.V. על האומנית וקורות חיים
The many blessings of everyday life here in Israel—color & form found in our surroundings and especially of late on the Mediterranean Seashore launch my paintings.
The feeling that we are “living a miracle” after 2,000 years of being scattered throughout the Diaspora never escapes me. Often Jewish texts, the form of Hebrew letters, family scenes and everyday events inspire my work.
The blues, the sea and the story of Creation and are all within reach.
2022 “4 Amot” group show, Orryta Gallery, Hoshaya
2021 Hoshaya Outdoor Gallery, “Our Surroundings”exhibit
2020 Hoshaya Outdoor Gallery, “Corona” exhibit
2020 Eliaz Studio, South Tel Aviv, participant
2019 Beachfront Gallery, Acco, one-woman exhibit
2018 Lion of Judah exhibit/sale, ZOA House, Tel Aviv
2017 Studio in Nahariya
2011 “Blue-Seeds”, 3 women show, Orryta Gallery, Hoshaya
2011 Cover Art, Magazine section, Makor Rishon, Israel national newspaper
2009 “Portraits with Aroma”, group show, Beit Yigal Alon, Ginnosaur
2005 “Zippori Mosaic”, group project, Sav-Yom, Emek Yzreel
2004 “Cultural Mosaic” group show, Migdal HaEmek
1997 “Sacred Realm”, group show by invitation, Yeshiva University Museum, NYC
1983 One-woman show, JCC of Metropolitan Detroit
1977 BFA Show, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
1976 Michigan Watercolor Association Show, Birmingham
Education BFA, University of Michigan 1977
A descendent of a Jerusalem family, Debby Spinner made aliyah from Michigan with her husband Ronald in 1977. Her studios are in Nahariya by the sea and in the Galilee town of Hoshaya where they raised their 6 children.
Deborah was Associate Editor of Technion Publications and also served with a number of non-profit agencies. Her artwork is found in the collection of the Yeshiva University Museum (NYC) and in private collections in Israel and the United States.