Adriana Naveh was born in Argentina in 1963. She attended the Academy of Fine arts at the De Cuyo University and graduated in 1985. That same year, Naveh immigrated to Israel where she continued her art studies at the Avni Institute in Tel Aviv. From 1997 until 2000, Naveh attended and graduated from the Ort Career Institute where she studied interior design.
For the past 15 years, Naveh has been employed as an artist at the Calman Shemi Studio.In addition, she has taught drawing at a variety of institutions, among them the prestigious Yad Lebanim Museum in Petach Tikva, the Amamit University in Jerusalem, and she also teaches privately.
Naveh employs an interesting medium to express herself, plaster spackle on wooden panels. Large open spaces give new meaning to the power of simplicity in composition. Women engrossed in thought, caught in a soft simple pose, highlighted by a background of common objects. Naveh's intimate and private subjects are inspired from everyday life.
Naveh's works can be seen in private collections in Argentina, Israel, Spain, France and the United States.
1988 Schluss Gallery Neve Tsedek, Israel
1993 Theater of Jerusalem
1995 Artists' House Jerusalem
2002 ArtExpo New York
Moriah Gallery Bethesda, Maryland
2003 ArtExpo New York