Inna Davidovich is an artist, lives and creates in Israel. Inna is primarily specializing in watercolour painting. Her works are usually performed in a figurative lyric style with a touch of fantasy and surrealism. Inna is the representative of IWS (International Watercolor Society) in Israel, a member of Israel Association of Illustrators and an active member of Kfar-Saba Artists Association. Her works reside in many private collections in Israel and abroad.
Inna was born in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, in 1972, graduated from high school, learned English literature at Tashkent University and moved to Israel in 1991. Inna has graduated Tel Aviv University and has a BA in English Literature and Computer Science.
Inna started to paint at an early age, while the first artist education was acquired by her in 2003 when she graduated drawing and painting external studies of Shenkar Colledge of Art and Design. During the years Inna learned from several well-known artists and watercolourists, constantly advancing her artistic and technique style.
The origin of my painting is coming from an instant excitement I feel when looking at a figurative object of thinking of an abstract idea. When a specific moment is caught in my mind, I start to work on the painting. The work starts from the conceptual thinking, while the visual form is developing with every new sketch. A watercolour technique with its spontaneity helps me to concentrate on the core idea of my painting and to transfer the moment to my work.
Selected Art Shows and Expos:
2018 – “A glimpse into Invisible”, ArtMabat Gallery, Kfar Saba, curator Avia Mamon, solo expo
2018 – “Tropical Watercolor”, Costa Rica
2018 – “Distortion”, Kfar Saba Artist House Gallery, curator Galit Semel
2017 – “Gender and Diversity”, Kfar Saba Art House, curator Sari Golan
2017 – “Homeland”, Kfar Saba Art House, curator Ilan Beck
2015 – “Open Space”, Angar 2 Gallery, Tel Aviv, curator Osnat Israeli
2015 – “Rolling in the streets”, Shalom Tower Gallery, curator Noga Shimell
2012 – Exposito, Amiad Center Gallery, Tel Aviv, curator Eti Fabian