"The lines - the colors – the shapes
of sensations, thoughts, senses and feelings
all are present here - as parts of me - as parts of a riddle these
this is my way of conversing with myself and with the world around me.
My way of trying to participate in the experiences on my way."
Daniela Ament is a self-taught artist living and working in Kiryat-Tivon, Israel. Ament began exhibiting her work in 1995 and has since had about 60 solo and group exhibitions in Israel, France, Canada, Italy and the USA. Her works are permanently placed in public domains such as her sculpture 'Feeling' at the Shiba Hospital in Tel Aviv, Israel, and her sculpture 'Desert Dweller' at Kibbutz Yahel, and 'Feelings' and 'Feelings II' at Naharia Hospital. Featured in art books, including "Creative Artists: 100 Years to Tel-Aviv", Jaffa, "Berliner 17" by Art Management Berlin, "ART Universal" in France, "Art International Contemporary Mag," "The Inspiration International Art Book", 2017, Ament has received notable awards and distinctions including
Artists at the Jubilee- Michelangelo prize 2016, Rome, Italy,
Prize Artists at the Castle 2016, Nerola, ITALY
International Prize Leonardo da Vinci, Florence, Italy 2019
1st Place Award, Artavita contest, 2019
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