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Gallery Artists:

Scott Addis
Hamilton Aguiar
Craig Alan
Kevin Barrett
Greg Calibey
Richard Callner
Michael Carson
Paul Chester
Michele Dangelo
Charles Dwyer
Elisabeth Estivalet
Susan Gheyssari
Liz Gribin
Johanna Harmon
Peregrine Heathcote
Larry Horowitz
France Jodoin
Sebastian Kruger
Yingzhao Liu
Ramon Lombarte
Tim Merrett
Jean Richardson
Pauline Roche
Marlene Rose
David Michael Slonim
Steven Stroud
Andy Summers
Jeffrey Terreson
Ronnie Wood
Treacy Ziegler

Additional Select Artists:
(see all)

Yoel Benharrouche
G. Rodo Boulanger
Romero Britto
Jim Buckels
Nancy Chaboun
Michel Delacroix
Carol Diamond
Dominique Dorie
Brian Fox
David Gerstein
Jurgen Gorg
Ron Hicks
Ted Jeremenko
Odile Kinart
Willi Kissmer
David Morico
Opie Otterstad
Paul Oxborough

Sam Park
Virginia Peck
Thomas Pradzynski
Charlotte Reine
James Rizzi
Regina Saura
Randy Stevens
Mackenzie Thorpe
Gideon Tomaschoff
Lynne Windsor


Yoel Benharrouche

b. 1961

From soft pastel to light, from the poetic to the fantastic, the human to the divine, this is the path taken by Yoel Benharrouche, a renowned artist with a striking career. Born to deeply religious parents in Beersheva in 1961, he grew up in Aschdod where he soon developed a passion for the Scriptures and became a familiar face at various study centres. He arrived in Nice in 1974 and in 1985 completed his Fine Arts training, studying fundamental Jewish texts and teaching drawing.

His first canvases show great sensitivity, with an underlying taste for the Absolute and a search for new aesthetics, which express his mystical conception of Man and the World.

In 1993, he returned to Israel and set up home at the gateway to the desert and, against this grand background steeped in history and spirituality, gave free reign to his inspiration. Alongside his wife and five children, he sculpts and paints a world where the material becomes spiritual, and the lyricism of colours and the delicacy of forms are a celebration of the Creator and his Creation, mankind.

Benharrouche expresses the balance between the spiritual and material world through his work. He feels that one of our main goals in life is to find this balance and reveal it to our selves. His paintings are divided into four parts. The upper area represents spirituality, the lower is symbolic of the material world. The right side shows the force to give, such as giving objects from the right hand and the left is to show the force of the need to receive. The wheels, such as bicycle wheels he often uses symbolize the endless circle of life. The women in his work represent the blessing of the ability to bring life into the world.

Today, Benharrouche exhibits his works throughout the world. His works form part of many private collections and critics hail him as a confirmed and talented artist.

Permanent Collections
Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach, CA

Newbury Fine Arts – Boston, MA
The Redstone Gallery – Utah
Hawk Galleries – Ohio
SOFA – New York
E.S. Lawrence Gallery – Colorado
Nan Miller Gallery – New York
SOFA – Illinois

The Redstone Gallery – Utah
Artists of the World – Calgary, Canada
Gallery Utstallningssalongen – Stockholm
E.S. Lawrence Gallery – Colorado

Newbury Fine Arts – Boston, MA
Art Miami Beach – Florida
The Redstone Gallery – Utah
Art Scottsdale – Arizona
Beverly Hills Classic – California
Northern Lights – Whistler, Canada


Art Miami Beach – Florida
Nan Miller Gallery – New York
Artmosphere Gallery – New York
Chicago Contemporary & Classic – Illinois
Korea International Art Fair – Seoul, Korea
Art Singapore – Singapore, Phillapines
Shanghai Art Fair – Shanghai, China
Toronto International Art Fair – Toronto, Canada
Whistler Art Gallery – Whistler, Canada

New York Art Expo – New York
Renaissance Fine Art – Maryland
Toronto International Art Fair – Toronto, Canada
E.S. Lawrence Gallery – Colorado
Whistler Art Gallery – Whistler, Canada


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