Rhea Carmi

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Rhea Carmi (Hebrew: ברוריה כרמי)
Rhea Carmi Israeli Absract and Mixed Media Artist
Rhea Carmi
Born Bruria Even-Chen (Hebrew: ברוריה אבן-חן)
(1942-04-03)April 3, 1942
Jerusalem, Mandatory Palestine
Nationality Israeli-American
Education Tel-Aviv University, Tel-Aviv
Known for Painting
Movement Abstract art
Untitled
Artist Rhea Carmi
Year 2009 (2009)
Type Mixed media, Box-spring, rag & paint
Dimensions 210 cm × 160 cm (82 in × 62 in)
Location Los Angeles
Reaching Out - Earth Music
Reaching Out - Earth Music
Artist Rhea Carmi
Year 2009 (2009)
Type Mixed media, Box-spring, tar paper, twine and paint
Dimensions 180 cm × 150 cm × 24 cm (72 in × 60 in × 9.5 in)
Location Los Angeles
Humanity's Struggles LXV
Humanity's Struggles LXV
Artist Rhea Carmi
Year 2008 (2008)
Type Mixed media on canvas
Dimensions 150 cm × 120 cm (60 in × 48 in)
Location Los Angeles

Rhea Carmi (Hebrew: ברוריה כרמי, born 1942) (variant name: Bruria Carmi), is an Israeli American abstract expressionist and mixed-media artist.

Life and work[edit]

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[1] and served as juror for Abstract Forms for the ARTROM International Art Competition 2008[2]

She lives and works in Los Angeles, California.

Her name means: Flowing she is part of the Earth.

Solo exhibitions[edit]

  • 1980 Beit Yad LeBanim Tel Aviv, Israel
  • 1980 The Tel-Aviv Art Pavilion Tel Aviv, Israel
  • 1980/1981 Turel Art Gallery Tel Aviv, Israel
  • 1981 13&1/2 Gallery Jaffa, Israel
  • 2004 Lawrence Asher Gallery Los Angeles, CA
  • 2005 Lawrence Asher Gallery[3][4] Los Angeles, CA
  • 2006 The Gotthelf Art Gallery[5] Los Angeles, CA
  • 2006 Lawrence Asher Gallery[6][7] Los Angeles, CA
  • 2007 LA Contemporary[8] Los Angeles, CA
  • 2008 Soka University of America, Founder's Hall Art Gallery[9][10][11] Aliso Viejo, CA
  • 2008 Frank Pictures Gallery[12][13] Santa Monica, CA
  • 2008 Villa di Donato[14][15] Napoli, Italy
  • 2009 Concordia University[16] Irvine, CA

Group exhibitions[edit]

  • 1980/1981 Turel Art Gallery New York, NY
  • 1984 Pacific Design Center Los Angeles, CA
  • 2004 B.G.H Gallery Santa Monica, CA
  • 2004 TarFest[17] Los Angeles, CA
  • 2005 Municipal Art Gallery Los Angeles, CA
  • 2006 Klapper Gallery Los Angeles, CA
  • 2007 Art Pic[18] North Hollywood, CA
  • 2007 Galerie Le Cocon[19][20] Hamburg, Germany
  • 2007 Torrance Art Museum[21] Torrance, CA
  • 2007/2008 Riverside Art Museum[22] Riverside, CA
  • 2009 CAP Gallery Laguna Beach, CA
  • 2009 USC Hillel/companion show to MAG(Barnsdall) LA, CA
  • 2010 Bell Gallery Los Angeles, CA
  • 2010 Gotthelf Art Gallery[23][24] La Jola, CA
  • 2010 the Jewish Federation's Bell Family Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
  • 2010 Four Seasons Hotel Gallery, Westlake Village, CA
  • 2010 Orange County Center for Contemporary Art,[25] Santa Ana, CA
  • 2010 Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
  • 2010 Gotthelf Art Gallery, La Jolla, CA
  • 2010 Four Seasons Hotel Gallery,[26] Westlake Village, CA
  • 2011 Four Seasons Hotel Gallery, Westlake Village, CA
  • 2011 "Text and Texture", Fresh Paint Gallery,[27] Culver City, CA
  • 2012 Four Seasons Hotel Gallery, Westlake Village, CA
  • 2012 Keller Williams,[28] Encino, CA
  • 2012 LA Art Platform, Santa Monica, CA
  • 2012 "40/40" USC Hillel,[29] Santa Monica, CA

Public collections[edit]

Carmi's work is included in the public collections of:

See also[edit]

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