Raised in Jerusalem, Gabriel Wolff uses Hebrew letters to explore Jewish identity. Working on canvas and paper, as well as creating tattoo stencils, he is actively looking for interaction with his clients, collecting stories and views on collective Jewish identity, turning them into art, for well over a decade.
Ellen Miller Braun was born in Chicago, Illinois, USA and now lives with her husband and children in Samaria, the Biblical Heartland of Israel. Ellen studied fine arts at Northeastern Illinois University. She creates her Biblical micro calligraphy art from the stories and verses of the Torah and Scriptures. Using a fine point calligraphy pen dipped in watercolor paints, Ellen creates fabulous pictures in full color, entirely from Biblical texts. Papercuts are a recent addition to Ellen’s repertoire. These intricate, sophisticated pieces also include her trademark micro calligraphy.
Yoram Raanan was born and raised in New Jersey, and graduated from the University of Arts in Philadelphia. In 1977 he settled in Israel and opened his first studio in the Bukharim Quarter in Jerusalem.
Raanan's paintings are a modern expression of Jewish collective consciousness. Characterized by intuition and imagination, there is a strong sense of light, color and spirituality. He is inspired by the Bible, nature and the Land of Israel.
Sigalit Landau is an Israeli sculptor, video and installation artist with whom Betaesh has newly connected. Sigalit Landau was born in Jerusalem and spent several years in the US and the UK.
Landau grew up bi-lingual, multi-cultural, on a hill over-looking the Judean Dessert, the skyline of Jordan, and the northern part of the Dead Sea. She graduated from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem