Born in Riga, Latvia.
Lives in Zikhron Ya`aqov, Israel.
Betty paints with oil, acrylic and aquarelle in a meticulous realistic style of painting,
tending from time to time to become abstract, inspired by the surrounding nature.
Her paintings combine color and texture to create a rhythm of form and contents.
Betty was sailing with her husband for many years, and in each country learn local art,
but especially her paintings being influenced by very transparent light and strong energy that she fill in Israel.
"In my paintings, I am not exactly sketching the subject that I see.
I paint what appears behind the husk of external form and show the essence of the matter.
I try to capture the feel, the very aroma of such ephemeral things, as the light and atmosphere
of landscapes and the present of something beautiful that only God can create.
I want to motivate people whose daily lives are enmeshed in complexities of the modern world,
to stop for a moment and recall the purity and gentleness of nature, to enjoy the silence of it all".
Betty Rubinstein studied at the Rozental Art School and Art Academy in Riga.
She also specialized in painting and drawing under the guidance of the English artist Glen Soho,
studied art teaching at the Oranim College and has a B.A. in Art from the University of Haifa.
Betty`s works relate mainly to Impressionism, being influenced by such great artists as Claude Monet,
Paul Cezanne and to Expressionist artists as Van Gogh and Vassili Kandinsky.
Betty Rubinstein paintings have been exhibited in the Art Center of Tel Aviv-Jaffo, the Naval Museum in Haifa,
the Castra Art Center in Haifa, the Gerar Behar Theater in Jerusalem, the International Congress Center in Haifa,
the Museum "Bar`am" in Galilee, the Main Gallery in Artists Village Ein-Hod and
are to be found in private collections in Israel and abroad.