Ethel Tur, acrylic on canvas, 100 by 100 cm
Prof. Ethel Tur is an active Dermatologist with an extensive research career in
Dermatology. She has held visiting academic positions in the United States,
Europe, and Japan, and is a member of professional societies in Israel, the
U.S. and Europe.
Ethel Tur studied art at the Bruria Hassner artistic workshop (Israel), mainly in
abstract style. She also studied Japanese painting in Palo Alto, California. She had
various solo and group exhibitions is Israel, and group exhibitions in Shanghai, China
and in several cities in the USA: Williamsburg, Virginia, in San Diego, California,
and Miami, Florida, USA.
Her paintings now belong to collections in Israel, in China, and in California,
Georgia, and Virginia, USA.
Ethel Tur paints in an expressive style with bursts of vibrant color, closely feeling the
colors. With infinite freedom and abandon, she adds motion for a complete and full
Besides painting, she is an avid dancer of Zumba, flamenco, belly dancing, dancehall
and hip hop. Luckily, there are still a few places in the world she has not seen yet.
2013 - Beit Sharet Gallery, Givatayim, Israel
2014 - Israel Medical association 42nd convention, International
2012 - The Academic College of Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Israel
2013 - "The World is a Stage", Habima Theater, Tel Aviv, Israel
2014 – The 42 nd convention of the Israel Medical Association, Convention Center,
2018 - Toyota building gallery, Tel Aviv
2019 – The annual meeting of the Israeli Society of Dermatology, Hotel Dan, Eilat
2019 - Toyota building gallery, Tel Aviv
2019 – A&E Fine Art Gallery, Fair Lawn, New Jersey
2009 - Beit Sharet Gallery, Givatayim, Israel
2012 - The Academic College, Tel Aviv
2013 - The World as a Stage, Habima Theater, Tel Aviv
2014 - "Matter of Color", Jade Gallery, Shanghai, China
2010 - 2019, yearly exhibition - “Matter of Color”, Jaffa, Israel
2018 - Art for Understanding, Williamsburg, Virginia, USA
2019 - Art San Diego
2019 - Art Spectrum Miami
2020 - International Photography Festival, Tel Aviv.