1944 Born in Durban, South Africa.
1963 Graduated Fine Arts (Painting, Sculpture) with Honors from Natal College of Art (South Africa). Awarded three scholarships for overseas study.
1964 Studied stage design in London (Central School of Art).
1973 Graduated B.A. History of Art from the Hebrew University, Jerusalem.
1984 Accepted to Israel Painters and Sculptors Association.
1990 Joined staff of Israel Museum, teaching watercolour to advanced students of the Adult Art Program.
1994 Special Exhibition at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem.1996 Guest of honour at “Shapes and Colours” in Piegut-en-Perigord, France: a group show of Painting, Sculpture and Enamel-work.
1998 Presented watercolour demonstration sponsored by Brauer Museum of Art, USA, as an Exhibition Event in conjunction with “Regional Art, 1849-1997”.
Presented watercolour demonstration at the Centre for Visual Arts, adjunct of the Toledo Museum of Art, USA.
1999 Guest of the City of Berlin and the German Government, Ministry of State for Women, Seniors, Youth and Family, the Senate Committee for Science, Research and Culture, and GEDOK, the National Association for Women in the Arts, who sponsored an exhibition and symposium “Seeing Art”, featuring five Israeli women artists and five German women artists.
2002 “Meeting Art – Women Artists from Israel and Germany” – reciprocal exhibition and symposium featuring five German women artists and five Israeli women artists sponsored by the City of Jerusalem, The Goethe Institute, the German Government and GEDOK, the National Association for Women in the Art.
2003 Included in Allemeines Kuenstlerlexikon – an international encyclopedia of arts and artists.
Authored three articles: “Portrait of a Body”, “The Essence of a Face” and “Muses on Stone” in the British magazine “The Artist”.
Maureen recently appeared on Israeli National TV in a program where three artists paint a celebrity, live on camera.
In 2015 she represented Israel at the Homer 4th International Watercolor Society Festival in Izmir, Turkey.
Portrait painter, book illustrator. Her works are in the collection of the Israel Museum, in the Brauer Museum of Art, in the Friends of Art Poster Project, (Brauer Museum of Art), and in private collections in England, U.S.A., Canada, France, Holland, Norway, Germany, South Africa, Senegal and Israel.
SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS
ELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2016 “Reflections on the Nude”, Ein-Hod Gallery
2016 “Spring in Jerusalem in Watercolors”, Jerusalem International YMCA Gallery
2015 “Watercolor paintings”, Bryggerhuset Kallum Sondre Gallery, NORWAY
2014 “Akvarel/Maleri”, Galleri Gamle Tomb, Saltnes, NORWAY
2013 “Studies in Watercolor”, Rhode Island Watercolor Society, USA
2012 “Watercolor Moments”, Gallery 50, Bridgeton, USA
2012 “Color”, Givatayim Theater
2010 “Portraits and Places”, AACI Gallery, Jerusalem
2009 “Water and Color”, Galleri Soon, NORWAY
2008 “Watercolor Impressions # 2”, Ein-Hod Gallery.
2008 “Personal Angels”, Bet Gabriel, Kinneret.
2008 “Moments of Light”, Tel Aviv Performing Arts Center.
2006 “Heroic portraits”, Studio Artura, Tel Aviv.
2006 “Watercolor Impressions”, Ein-Hod Gallery.
2006 “Akvarell”, Galleri Soon, NORWAY
2004 “Contemplating Nudes”, Artists’ House, Jerusalem.
2004 “Denunciation”, Jerusalem Centre for the Performing Arts.
1998 “Moments of Light and Life”, 18 Artists Studio Gallery, Indiana, U.S.A
1998 “Ravages”, Jerusalem Center for the Performing Arts.
1997 “Water & Colour” International YMCA, Jerusalem.
1997 “Body Language” Bet Gabriel, Kinneret.
1996 “Israeli Impressions”, Maison France-Israel, PARIS
1994 “Translucent Reflections on the Nude”, ISRAEL MUSEUM, JERUSALEM
1993 “Face to Face”, Nora Gallery, Jerusalem.
1991 “Watercolor Studies”, Artists’ House, Jerusalem.
1988 “Portraits and Places”, International YMCA, Jerusalem.
1987 “Faces/Phases”, Natal Society of Arts Gallery, DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA
1986 “Women”, Artists’ House, Jerusalem.
Participated in over 50 group exhibitions.
Teaches watercolor at the Israel Museum