Tal Sharvit


1985-1990- studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in 

Brussels, Belgium

Institute des Beaux Art, La Cambre, Bruxelles, Belgium


2006 - First Prize, Ceramics Association, for the work "Shells", in collaboration with Martha Rieger.

2007 - "Fruit of Creation" Primitive Gallery, Tel Aviv.

2007 - Israeli art exhibition - sponsored by Bank Hapoalim, in collaboration with 

            the AIDS Committee.

2007- "Tool-Fruit-Tool", Henkin Design Gallery, Holon.

2018 - Dialogue with color - Gallery - Adi Lidor Studio.

2019 - Group exhibition "Walk on the Moon" - Tel Aviv.

2019 - Group exhibition - "Travel Diary" - Ramat Hasharon.


I grew up in Jerusalem, and since 1992 I have lived in Gan Yoshiya, where my studio is also located, where I work in ceramics and teach. I am a graduate of the Department of Fashion Design at the Academies des Beaux Arts LA CAMBRE, in Brussels, Belgium. When I returned to Israel, I worked for about two years designing theater sets and designing clothes. The work with clay and a potter’s wheel fascinated me since childhood. In 1999, I decided to make my dream come true and since then the hobby has become a profession. I teach and work on a potter’s wheel and by hand. I tend to use traditional primitive burning techniques like raccoons, post-raccoons and smoking, so the result is always surprising and fascinating. I research the capabilities and limits of the ceramic material. The salient feature throughout my work is a process of trial and error. I do not necessarily want to obey the laws accepted in traditional pottery work. I always have the final product before my eyes and research how to achieve it.