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Lina Golan's artist profile


Lina's portfolio
Exhibitions/Events Title of Honor "International Artist for Peace" Shanghai,China 2014

2010- Artist Haven Gallery- Lauderdale, Florida
2004- Tel-Aviv,Israel -  "Leonardo" gallery
2001- Jerusalem, Israel - Jerusalem Theatre  
2000 – Tel-Aviv, Israel - Artist Union Gallery
2000 – Ashdod, Israel  - Ashdod Museum {Korin Maman}

2014- Shanghai,Expo- Chinese Palace of Art-International Art Exhibition for Peace
2013- Time Square- Billboard show- U.S.A. New York
2013- Salone D'Automne- Jaffa, Israel
2013- "Imagination" -Bank Hapoalim, Tel Aviv, Israel- Aids task force

Germany-International "Sommerwende".
2006 – Montreal, Canada – Gora Gallery.
December 2005-Florence, Italy-Florence Biennale
August 2005-Santa Barbara, U.S.A.-"OMMA"International Art Center
July 2005 – Leipzig, Germany- Art Gallery
June 2005 – Berlin - International Art  Festival

June 2005 - Barcelona Spain - Zero Gallery
May 2005 Arad Biennale - Romania
2004 -Tel-Aviv –Reeding-- "Leonardo Gallery"

2004- Art Festival 2004 Chania - Crete
Email Address golanlina[AT]
Address POB.14482
Ashdod 77712
Nationality Israel
Member in the International Association of Art of Unesco.
Member of Management Committee of Museum of Contemporary Art-Ashdod.
Member of "Impact" -Painters and Sculptors Association of Israel.
Date of birth
Why make art? Sounds, colors and shapes have accompanied my journey through life, since the dawn of my childhood. It was clear to me even then, that art would be a way of life for me.

I have studied painting, sculpting and music with wonderful teachers, who helped focus my attention on the fact that art is predominantly about observing and listening.

The essence of my creation is inspired by nature itself --not in the sense of “landscape paintings” but based on events and its mystical qualities: the contrasts, the rhythms, the never-ending transformations, the mystery, the enormous energies – all of which have affected my artistic microcosm.

Being a musician and a painter, I feel there is a wonderful interaction between music and painting where sound can be nourished by color, and a plastic piece “can play”.