Shlomit Flexer has been working as a ceramic artist on Kibbutz Revadim since 1988, after graduating from the Betzalel Art Academy in Jerusalem.
Since then, she has developed her talents and expanded in a number of areas, including: replicas of archeological findings, made on commission; sink and wall designs, also made on commission; decorative and functional pieces with a humoristic nature, created with her totally unique, personal touch.
She is accredited with making the replicas covering the entire outdoor exhibit of The Philistine Ekron Museum, located on Kibbutz Revadim, as well as creating the various models displayed inside the museum. Her works have been sold in shops in Israel and around the world, including the Israel Museum in Jerusalem.
On a more personal note, Shlomit designs funky chickens with a gleam of anthropological articulation. Shaped on the wheel or by hand, the ceramic works of art are designed, literally, from head to toe.
Teaching students of all ages, from 8 to 88, is another facet of her creative activities. “I love clay and the versatile ways to use it,” she declares.