Ronit Friedman is an Israeli artist who brings the landscape to life with rich colors and loose brushstrokes. Her acrylic paintings of Jerusalem and the Judean Hills express a love of the land and a deep connection to her surroundings. She infuses the mundane with imagined color as an expression of spiritual energy and significance.
Ronit’s Jerusalem alleyway series brings magic and splendor to the old cobblestone streets. They celebrate the triumph of the Jewish nation in rebuilding a homeland despite years of dispersion. The arches crown the journey, an expression of a G-d’s love and intervention.
The landscape series is inspired by the view from Ronit’s home, set in the Judean Hills. The mountains surrounding Jerusalem are a source of strength and protection. Their beauty is captivating, each one unique at every moment in time.
Ronit was born and raised in New York. She studied art since her youth and was captivated by Impressionist art which influenced and enabled her style to take form. She holds a masters in Art therapy from Lesley University. Ronit moved to Israel in her twenties and currently resides in the city of Ma’ale Adumim with her husband and four children.