Selected Works

Adriana Naveh was born in 1963 in Argentina.
1981- 1985 Graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts at the De Cuyo University in Argentina.
1985 – Immigrates to Israel.
1986 – 1989 Educated in the art of etching and drawing at the Avni Institute in Tel Aviv, where she was inspired by renown artists, such as Jan Rauchwerger.
1989-present employed as an artist in the Calman Shemi studio.
Since 2000, she has also been teaching drawing at a variety of institutions, among them the prestigious Yad Lebanim Museum in Petach Tikva, the Amamit University in Jerusalem and private courses.

With the use of alternative mediums, plaster spackle, and large open spaces, Adriana gives new meaning to the power of simplicity in composition. She creates women, engrossed in thought, caught in a simple soft pose, highlighted by a background of household objects. The intimate and private subjects are inspired from everyday life.

Her works can be seen in private collections in Argentina, Israel, Spain, France and USA.