Ruth was born in 1967. She lives on a moshav where she draws and paints in a variety of mediums as well as creating mosaics.
Ruth is a member of The Association of Professional Israeli Artists
2005 – 2017 Studies in art, painting and mosaics Instructor: Chaim Kapchitz
1999 – 2004 Lessons in painting and drawing. Instructors: Michael Kovner and Meir Appelfeld
1996 - 1997 Course in ceramics
1985 – 1987 Graphic and drawing ORT College
1982 – 1983 Painting technique Instructor: Artist Asher Rodnitzky
2013 HOLYLAND Artists` Colony The General Exhibition, Safed
2012 Israel Landscapes Cultural Center, Yad Binyamin
2011 Moshav Landscapes – Heaven and Earth Jerusalem Theatre, Curator: Noga Arad-Ayalon
2010 Harmony Cultural Center, Jerusalem
2019 In The Near Future: The New Center for Mental Health, Givat Shaul, Jerusalem. Curator: Dr. Padolsky, including catalogue
2018 The Year 2018 Harmony Cultural Center Jerusalem, Curator: Anatoly Baratynsky, Marina Gutgarts
In Motion biennale of Graphic Arts, Harmony Cultural Center Jerusalem, Curator: Anatoly Baratynsky, Marina Gutgarts, including catalogue.
Hatikva Cultural Hall, Petach tikva. Curator: Alona sleypak
Spring Salon 2018 The Menachem Begin Heritage Center, Jerusalem. Curator: Andrian Zudro
2017 Autumn Salon Bek Science Center, Har Hotzvim, Jerusalem. Curator: Andrian Zudro
Group Exhibition Miklat l'Omanut, Jerusalem
Windows Harmony Cultural Center, Jerusalem. Curator: Anatoly Baratynsky
2016 Syntheses at Jaffa Port 2 Theatre at Jaffa Port. Curators: Anna Zarnitsky
Roads Harmony Cultural Center, Jerusalem Curator: Anatoly Baratynsky
Landscapes of the Holy Land Israeli Art The Cherkasy Museum. Curators: Dr. Galina Padolsky, including catalogue
2015 Paintbrushes of the Promised Land The Galagan Museum, Chernigov. Curators: Dr. Galina Podolsky, including catalogue.
Man in the World Israeli Art The Uman Museum, the Ukraine. Curators: Dr. Galina Padolsky, including catalogue
2014 The Dynamics of Movement Jerusalem House of Quality, Jerusalem. Curator: Andrian Zudro
Moments in Life The Menachem Begin Heritage Center, Jerusalem. Curator: Andrian Zudro
Jerusalem and the City Israeli Art The Royal Gallery of Art, Astrakhan. Curator: Dr. Galina Padolsky, including catalogue
2013 Images of Nature Theatre in the Square, Kedumim Square, the old city of Jaffa. Curators: Andrian Zudro Anna Zarnitsky, including catalogue
Israel on Wheels Theatre in the Square, Kedumim Square, the old city of Jaffa. Curators: Andrian Zudro, Anna Zarnitsky, including catalogue
The World as Seen Through Culture Israeli Art Rurik Museum, Odessa, Ukraine. Curator: Dr. Galina Padolsky, including catalogue
2012 Stones of the Promised Land Theatre in the Square, Kedumim Square, the old city of Jaffa. Curator: Andrian Zudro, including catalogue
Nature Reserve – Israel Nature Museum, Jerusalem. Curator: Andrian Zudro, including catalogue
A Taste of the East Jerusalem House of Quality, Jerusalem, Curator: Andrian Zudro, including catalogue
Jerusalem of Gold Mercaz Hatarbut, Tel Aviv – Jaffa. Curator: Anna Zarnitsky
2011 Dialogue and Paintings in Nature Auditorium, Ashdod. Curators: Anna Zarnitsky, Andrian Zudro, including catalogue
Dialogue with Chagall Jerusalem House of Quality , Jerusalem, including catalogue.
In the Footsteps of Chagall Cultural Hall, Rishon Letsion, including catalogue.
Group Exhibition Culture Auditorium, Ashdod
Picture in a Square Heichal Hatarbut, Rishon Letsion. Curator; Andrian Zudro including catalogue.
A Feminine Perspective Cutlure Center, Tel Aviv – Jaffa
2010 A Time to Destroy and a Time to Build Beit Daniel, Tel Aviv.Curators: Andrian Zudro , Anna Zarnitsky, including catalogue
2006 Group Exhibition Miklat l'Omanut, Jerusalem
Rerich Museum, Odessa
The Royal Gallery of Art, Astrakhan
Collection in Museum of Art, Uman
Museum of Art, Galagan, Chernigov
Regional Museum of Art, Cherkasy
Shalom Aleichem Museum, kiev
Works are also to be found in private collections in Israel, South Africa and the United States.
2017 Participation in putting up memorial monument in memory of the artists’ village in Sa-Nur in the Shomron.
The monument was created by the artist Chaim Kapchitz and is located in Yad Binyamin.
2006 Participated in the project of preparing the mosaic blocks that were used at the beginning of construction of the Jerusalem Light Railroad.
1988 Planning of didactic games for printing company that employs people with limited abilities.
1989 - 2013 Judaica, illustration for the Scroll of Esther, Ketubot, mosaics, painting on glass
2018 In Motion, Anatoly Baratynsky, Marina Gutgarts
2017 Shalom Aleichem, Dr.Pdolsky
2016 Landscapes of the Holy Land Dr. Podolsky
2015 Man in the World Dr. Podolsky
2015 Jerusalem and the City Dr. Podolsky
2015 Paintbrushes of the Promised Land Dr. Podolsky
2013 Festival of the Synthesis of the Arts celebrating ten years since the founding of Association of Professional Artists in IsraelAnna Zarnitsky
2013 The World as Seen Through Culture Dr. Podolsky
2012 Festival of the Synthesis of the Arts Anna Zarnitsky
2012 In the Footsteps of Chagall Dr. Galina Podolsky and Anna Zarnitsky
2012 Chagall and Israel Dr. Galina Podolsky – located in libraries of the United States, Germany and Russia
2010 A Time to Destroy and a Time to Build, Andrian Zodro
Media – Newspapers, Websites and Radio
06.2011 Dr. Galina Podolsky, Heaven and Earth, Vesty
05.2011 David Gedanko, Moshav Lanscapes- Heaven and Earth, Makor Rishon
05.2011 Dr. Galina Podolsky, http://galinapodolsky.com/rut-grossman-blagoveste-v-cvete
01.2010 Vladimir Mak, First Time in Jerusalem, Vesty
01.2010 B’Sheva, Women’s Magazine
01.2010 H. Yahalom, The Gallery Column, Hamodia
10.2010 Dr. Galina Podolsky http://galinapodolsky.com/rut-grossman
01.2010 Freddie Ben Natan, Radio Reka radio station
née: Jerusalem, 1967
Until now, my work has depicted mainly landscapes. I love nature and open spaces, and draw a lot of trees, earth and sky. I use a variety of materials: oil, tempra, acrylic, watercolor and pastel. I also work with charcoal and pencil. Charcoal and pastel are among my favorite mediums because they let me come into direct contact with the materials. I love to be familiar with the various mediums, to know how they were produced and from time to time to prepare them myself. I produce the charcoal from branches. Among the pigments I use, there are pigments that I prepared from earth. I stretch the cloth on the frame and prepare the primary color.
Recently, I’ve set new goals for myself: doing more sketching and painting of inanimate subjects in nature, doing portraits and participating in modern trends that accentuate emotional and intellectual expression.
While sketching and painting, I reach another dimension and experience something spiritual. This brings me closer to myself, as the work connects me with my true being. When I work, I feel calm, tranquility and elevation to a different realm, a realm beyond time and place. It’s an emotional time when I meet my inner self, the world and its Creator.