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One Israeli creation for the weekend

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February 14, 2014

Nima Ktalav is an upcoming Israeli artist, specializing in water coloring, papercutting, sculpturing, sketching, and tapestry. She studied in Mizpe Ramon highschool of the arts and has a Bachelor’s degree in arts from Beit Berl College, The School of Art, Hamidrasha.


Ktakav got to present her work in several group exhibitions in Israel, and hoping to continue developing locally and internationally. “Art is a way of life,” she tells Israelife. “I use friends and interesting people from my close environment as models for my work and basically mix our day to day life with fantasy and politics. Each one of my creations is like a little story I tell.”

Enjoy selections from her portfolio. To visit Ktalav’s website, go Rom, 2013 (Water color on paper)

Mimicry, 2012 (Papercutting)

Israel National Team, 2011 (Plexiglas and plastic)                                      Untitled, 2013 (Mixed media)

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