Carved Doubel coated hand made glass

Avi Feiler • Israel

1989 • Glass

70 x 120 cm

Double coated hand made glass carved with a unique technique developed by the artist

WOOCS 2.1.9

 180,000

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About Avi Feiler

Avi Feiler, an Israeli and international artist, is one of the most important figurative artists of the modern era and Fantastic Art.


The personal qualities of painter Avi Feiler are clearly expressed in the wide variety of his paintings. His painting techniques were perfected through the many years of his work, all over the world.

Avi Feiler was born in Jaffa Israel (17.2.1949) 

1971: Studies at the Bezalel School of Art in Jerusalem,

At the end of a year studying at  Bezalel School  he receives a grant from the Italian government - for studies at the Academy of Rome, and leave Israel for the first time.

1972: Studies at the Academy of Art in Rome.  .

1974: Returning to Israel, he goes to the Sinai desert, where he lives on the shores of the Red Sea for a year.

1975: He builds a house in the village of Binyamina,  and continues his work with great enthusiasm

18 hours a day, for 3 continuous years. As if by miracle - the world of painting opens up to him. It was as if he has acquired a new language,   he teaches this language of art in courses.

1979: Travels for a year through Africa (Central Africa and the east coast) seeking impressions of new cultures.

The Indian ocean islands of Mauritius and the Seychelles

Sri-Lanka and India

1980: Lives in Goa creating many excellent paintings.

Southern Asia and the Pacific Islands

1982: California. Lives and paints in Carmel, California.

1982: Holland. Lives and paints in Amsterdam.

1982: Spain. Dania-Alicante. One of his most fertile periods of creation.

Professional collectors showed interest in his work and purchased his paintings: The Paul Zuckerman Collection in the USA; Toledano Abarbanel in Paris; The Hillmi and Bertfield collections in London; Weiger in Geneva, and others.

1983: An auction for the Libby Fund (The Israel security fund). His painting are sold for the highest price of all the Israeli artists (including Guttman, Reuven and Gat).

1984: The jury of the Louvre selects one of his paintings for the international exhibition at the Monaco National Museum (one of 200 works selected from all over the world).

1985: Switzerland - Zurich. His first solo comprehensive exhibition at the Uto-Art Gallery.

1985: France-Paris. Gallery Des Art Contempro, participation in a group exhibition. 
1987: Tel Aviv. The new Shedema Gallery. A large and impressive solo exhibition for the gallery opening. A retrospective exhibition covering 10 years of work. 
1987: Japan. Invited by Professor Tezoya Noda from the Tokyo university in Ueno to teach western techniques in oil painting. 
1988: Japan-Tokyo. The Tamia Ginza Gallery. A large solo exhibition within framework of Israel's 40 years independence celebrations. 
1988: Japan-Tokyo. Invited to teach at the Japanese branch of the Viener Malschule for art (associated with the artists Eric Brauer, Ernst Fuchs, Hundredwasser). 
1988: France-Paris. Invited by Mr. Hiromizu Tanaka (one of the most prominent Japanese buyers of the 80's) to work at the Studio Des Jobert - Les Impressions d'Arte. (It is one of the leading workshop in the world for lithography. Run by Mr. Jean Pierre Raymond - one of the best printers in the world, who had the honor of working with Picasso and other renowned artists). 
1988: Japan-Tokyo. Yurakucho-Seibu Gallery - International group exhibition. 
1989: Switzerland-Zurich. Assists in the location and purchase of works from the impressionist period (Gauguin, Renoir, Monet, etc.) for Mr. HiromizuTanaka. 
1989: Switzerland-Zurich. His paintings are used by advertisements all over Europe. 
1989: Switzerland-Zurich. Large solo exhibition at the Art-Center Zurich gallery. 
1989: Switzerland-Zurich. Gallery Am Platz. Solo exhibition. 
1992: Jaffa. Returns to work in Israel. Settles in the old city of Jaffa, facing the port. 
1994: Jaffa. Group exhibition sponsored by Art Focus 94, organized by the Israel Museum and displayed at the Hangar 21 in the Jaffa Port. 
1996-1998: Paints for an Israeli collector. 
Avi Feiler continues to create and paint in Jaffa. Every so often he "goes wandering round the planet" to feel and revel in its sights. He visits his studio in La-Paz, Bolivia, South America or in Mombassa, Kenya, where he loves to stay and paint. 
Works by Avi Feiler are displayed in the most important collections in Israel and the world over: 
In Israel: The Wertheimer-Teffen collection, Yuli Ofer, the Schiff family, the Harlap family, etc. 
In America: The USA, Canada, Mexico, Venezuela, Bolivia. 
In Europe: England, France, Switzerland, Germany, Spain. 
And more: India, Japan, Australia, Kenya and South Africa.
2007 / 2013 Avi lives in Costa Rica, painting, and doing his life in the Wilde nature and jangles on the pacific side.

Today Avi is living and painting in Zichron Yaakov  Israel

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