Israel – Artist

Ariela Wertheimer

Name artworks


“Our lives are made up of a puzzle, where we try to fit the pieces into frames. 

At the macro level, we live under unstable governments, a collapsing economy, an energy, and climate crisis. Unknown diseases and viruses that attack us. At the micro level, loss of values, loneliness, and soon a shortage of oil to heat homes and workplaces. Genetically engineering food and its DNA will inevitably change us too. With the disintegration of the frames of our lives, and in an attempt to live sanely, we choose how to look at our lives in a specific prism and see the moments of happiness.”




Ariela Wertheimer – a multidisciplinary artist: Ariela was born in Israel in 1957. Lives and works in Israel and has been drawing and photographing for the past 30 years.

1981: Studied sculpture at the Arts Center, Be’er-Sheva / 1990-1: Studied painting at the Culture Center, Nahariya / 1991: Group exhibition at Beit-Rassel, Nahariya / 1992-5: Studied painting at Oranim Collage, Kiryat Tivon / 1995: Group exhibition, artist house, Haifa / Design Sculpture garden, Kfar Vradim / 1996: Blue, Red, Yellow, Beit-Hagefen, Haifa Curator: Hanna kofler / 2016: The freedom to let go, Farkash Gallery, Tel Aviv / 2017: The freedom to let go, Palazzo Mora, Venice / 2019: Skin in PERSONAL STRUCTURES, Palazzo mora, Venice (Curator: Dana Gillerman) / 2019: The London Group Open: Exhibitors Announced, The Cello Factory, London / 2020: Recovery Plan, Schechter Gallery, Tel Aviv. (Curator: Dana Gillerman) / 2021: Homelandscape, RawArt Gallery, Tel Aviv (Curator: Dana Gillerman). / 2022: Homelandscape, ECC Palazzo Mora, Venice (Curator: Dana Gillerman). / 2022: Beresheet Hotel, Mitzpe Ramon (Curator: Sharon Toval). / 2022: Alberto by Isrotel Design, Tel Aviv. (Curator: Sharon Toval). / 2022: Gomeh by Isrotel Design, Tel Aviv (Curator: Sharon Toval).

Permanent display:

Rambam Hospital, Haifa. Ichilov Hospital, Tel Aviv. The Yitzhak Rabin Center, Tel Aviv.


Leora Pina collection

Ofer Krezner collection

Judy and Avi Tiomkin collection

Rabin Center