Tanya Preminger Novozilova
She was born in Taganrog, Russia. She earned a Master of Arts degree from the Surikov Academy of Fine Arts in Moscow, Russia. She creates mainly in natural materials. Her early sculptures were made of clay, wood and stone, and later she began to incorporate earth, grass, water, snow and other materials. She has exhibited in numerous solo exhibitions in Israel and around the world, including: Negev Museum, Omer Open Museum, Ramat Gan Museum, Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Lutchansky Museum, Association of Painters and Sculptors Gallery, Tova Osman Gallery, Jerusalem Artists House, and Efrat Gallery . She has participated in over 240 symposiums, competitions and group exhibitions around the world. Her monumental works and environmental projects have been installed in more than 38 countries around the world. In 2008, he founded the “Green Gallery” – an open-air gallery for Land Art in Arsuf Kedem, Israel.