Fifty Shades of Gold
A project of Jerusalem
The Russian Compound- The pilot and first painting in this series.
Geula- Inspired by the famous film director Federico Fellini who felt that the creative process is enhanced by working in a crowd.
Central Bus Station- This place was central during my army service. Coming to paint here takes me back in time.
Western at Allenby Square- It was only fitting to film this square, the border between east and west Jerusalem as a Western. This chapter was filmed as a tribute to Ennio Morricone soon after his death.
The Arab Market- The corona epidemic has not manged to dull the exotic beauty of this souk.
Mount Of Olives- In memory of my beloved, creative Grandparents. I inherited my interest in cinema and painting from them. My Grandmother was a talented jewelry designer, my Grandfather was a cinema buff. The film in this episode was taken by Grandfather over sixty years ago.
The Concert- Painting a quartet of the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra in a Beautiful Jeruasalem setting.
Nachlaot- Authentic Jerusalem from a student’s roof top.
The Botanical Garden- In the foot steps of Monet.
A tribute to Churchill- The Painter.
Mamilla- Trying to paint it’s history.
The mysterious streets of Mea She’arim. Different from anything you know.
Atnachta- A home for troubled youth.
Balfour- the boxing ring of politics.
Cinemateque- A tribute to Chaplin.
Mahana Yehuda- This episode was filmed with the tv network kan 11 .
Sigd, Tayelet Armon Hanatziv- A project about Jerusalem would be lacking without mentioning this holiday.
Mizmor L’david Synagogue.
Beit Tzafafa- A beautiful cool day in Jerusalem.
American colony – unbelievably beautiful, with a fascinating archive
Ben Yehuda Street- the home of the street Artists
Ur Hhaim Street, The old city- A magical Historical street.