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Spring 2019

Born in Tajikistan in 1959, Ella Byshevsky is an artist, art teacher and illustrator.
In her work, she seeks to forge a new artistic language, to make of it an instrument for the expression of the Jewish spiritual heritage. For her, the role of the artist is to translate the religious text, normally immune to representation, into the unique space of artistic commentary.
Works by Bishevsky have been displayed in museums and private collections in Israel, the U.S., Russia, Germany, and other countries. Her illustrations have appeared in dozens of books and magazines for children and adults.
Silence is Golden