About

Born in Paris in 1956 she immigrated to Israel in 1968. She studied art in Thelma Yelling high school and from there to the college of art teachers ( Hamidrasha Leomanoot). After the army service Bettina studied interior design and both, art and design are full parts of her life.
Bettina is a painter, sculpturer and photographer. She is working in small series in all three disciplines, always searching for the most precise way to describe her inner thoughts and fillings.
"For me the painting comes from the heart, the sculpturing from the guts and the photography from the head- but all of them are connected to mind, soul and hand. I believe that the connection- brain, eye, hand is so strong, interesting and powerful that even an hour in the studio is always magical."

Exhibitions:
2016 - Single exhibition - Paintings &  Sculptures - " New narrative " Muse Gallery - Kiryat Shmona
2016 -  Group exh. - Painting & Sculpture - " Trumpeldors hand" Tel Aviv - Ayelet Hashahar Gallery- Kibbutz Ayelet Hashahar
2013 – Single exhibition – Photo Painting – "Koter Rishon" Gallery Rishon Lezion
2012 – Single exhibition – Photo Painting – Ramat Hasharon
2012 – Single exhibition – Photo Painting – Tel-Aviv 
2011 – Single exhibition – Camera drawing Portraits – Tel-Aviv 
Cinematheque
2011 – Group exh. – Women's Responsibility – Rothschild Gallery.
2011 – Group exh. – Pairing - Rothschild Gallery.
2011 – Group exh. – My Childhood - Rothschild Gallery.
2011 – Group exh. – Woman's Portrait – Art Center Hall Shoham.
2009 – Single exhibition – Camera drawings and stone sculptures – Paul's 
Café – North Garden.
2008 – Group exh. – Combined/Separating – Bar-David Museum Baram. 2001 – Single exhibition – Angles' Shadow – Art Center Gallery – Ramat Hasharon.
2001 – Group exh. – Childhood Memories – Yad Lebanim – Ramat Hasharon.
2001 – Group exh. – Paintings - Yad Lebanim – Ramat Hasharon.
2000 – Group exh. – My Box - Yad Lebanim – Ramat Hasharon.
2000 – Group exh. – From Nature - Yad Lebanim – Ramat Hasharon.
1999 – Single exhibition – B&W Photography – Ramat Hasharon.