Dr. Esther Newman-Cohen is a highly creative Israeli-based artist. She engages in a wide range of artistic activity, including drawing, painting and woodcarving. Her subjects range from abstracts to realistic portraits and landscapes, done in a variety of media – pencil, ink, aquarelle, pastel, acrylic and oil. She had her first solo exhibits in Jerusalem, at the Alliance Française in 1989: "The Women of Jerusalem," in 1992 at the Gerard Behar Theater: "Flowers and Landscapes of Jerusalem," and in 2008 at the Jerusalem Botanical Garden: "Flowers: A Love Story." In June 2013 she exhibited at the Israeli Opera House in Tel Aviv: "My Flower Garden." Esther loves to paint flowers, abstracts, scenery and especially people. Her most recent solo exhibit was "Flowers in Symphony," Nov. 2014 - Jan. 2015, at the Jerusalem Theater.
Over the past three years she has added wood sculptures to her repertoire. She also has a website for ketubot, Jewish marriage contracts, many of which are also posted on Fine Art America.
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