Painter and Glass Artist
Lezer Manole was born in Odessa. His work today depicts his memories of the Jewish community with humor and love. In this manner he deals also with the lives of immigrants in Israel and world wide, trying to make a home for themselves in a new land.
Some of his work portrays longing for the bible stories
He has become a member of Ein Hood Artists’ Village during 1990 and has been living and creating in the village ever since.
Manole has a studio – gallery in Ein Hod which exhibits artists from the village, and is a deputy director of Ein Hod central Art Gallery.
Manole has mastered several special techniques vitrage and glasswork, and specializes in producing both the opaque colors and the radiant iridescent.
1945 Born in Odessa, U. S. S. R.
1964-69-Studies at the art Academy in Odessa. 1970-73-Lived & worked as a monumental-Artist in Baccu.
1973-90-Worked as vitragist in Odessa.
1990- Living and working in the
artist village of Ein-Hod Israel.
Selected solo exhibitions and group Israel:
1990-Artist House Haifa.
1991-“Seminar for Artist” Jerusalem.
1992-Gallery Aman Haifa.
1993-Gallery Exodus Jerusalem.
2001- Gallery Ein-Hod
2002- Gallery Ein-Hod.
30 Exhibitions in U.S.S.R. 1995-Berlin
Germany (Jiidische Gallery) .
1995- Dresden Germany (Gallery Sillack).
1996- Disseldorf Germany (Art House).
1993- Denmark (Art. Gallery Copenhagen).
1997- Geneva (munisipalitet) Jtal
1997- Gallery Ein-Hod.
1998- ArtExpo Ny, NY
1998- Europe Art Barcelona Spain
1999- Europe APT Geneva Switzerland
2000- ArtExpo Florida
2000- ArtExpo NY, NY