Period Abstract art
Movement Abstract art
Education Tel Aviv University
|Name Rhea Carmi|
Known for Painting
|Full Name Bruria Even-Chen (Hebrew: ברוריה אבן-חן)|
Born April 3, 1942 (1942-04-03) Jerusalem, Mandatory Palestine
Rhea carmi voices of silence voices of hope
Rhea Carmi (Hebrew: ברוריה כרמי, born 1942) (variant name: Bruria Carmi), is an Israeli American abstract expressionist and mixed-media artist.
- Rhea carmi voices of silence voices of hope
- Life and work
- Solo exhibitions
- Group exhibitions
- Public collections
Life and work
Carmi was born in Jerusalem. She studied visual art at Tel-Aviv University 1974-1976, and attended Ramat-Gan Institute for The Arts 1977-1979. Her mentors were Israeli artists Arie Aroch and Motti Mizrachi.
Carmi utilizes a variety of media—oils, sand, water, treated paper, canvas and wood—which she layers, smooths and sculpts. The paintings are a personal diary of the artist.
Carmi is a member of the ARTROM Gallery Guild and served as juror for Abstract Forms for the ARTROM International Art Competition 2008
She lives and works in Los Angeles, California.
Her name means: Flowing she is part of the Earth.
Carmi's work is included in the public collections of: