Clari Netzer's Art is influenced by her years of living in Mexico, her love for the primitive art of the different cultures that lived in ancient Mexico, the folklore and history of Mexican Art. Clari Netzer is an Israeli artist who gives expression to her roots through bold color paintings and contrasting compositions.
As with the Aztecs who believed in dualism, her paintings show contrasting elements which eventually come to balance and harmony. Her paintings show a prominent harmonious composition, symbolisms and figures that add a dimension of mystery to the pictorial narrative, yet are full the senses and share meticulous aesthetics.
The colors, lines and forms are a continual challenge that leads her to constantly experiment with new styles, from figurative to abstraction, she introduces the viewer to originality and creativity of her own vision.
In 1983, after graduation and with a B.A degree in Communication Sciences from the University of Monterrey (UDEM), the artist born in Mexico decided to immigrate to Israel and live the collaborative life at Kibbutz Ein Gev.
Early in 1990, with the first signs of privatization in the Kibbutz, Clari Netzer and her family decided to leave Ein Gev and move to Karmiel, a beautiful and developing city in the Galilee.
Over the years, she has worked in various areas, including 11 years as Import and Purchasing Manager for a leading private owned company in worldwide selective cosmetics products. Longing to express her desire to develop creative art led her to leave the business career and devote herself to art.
Member of The Israel Painters & Sculptors Association, Haifa &North. Her paintings are displayed in Exhibitions in Israel and abroad, she coordinates art projects for the promotion of Israeli and "Olim" artists and for the community, her workshops provide the artists with online tools for exposure and self-empowerment. She also gives lectures about the life and art of the great Mexican painter Frida Kahlo and Women in the arts.