Studies:
"Accademia di belle arti", Rome, Italy
Private student of Dragutescu (student of Paul Klee)
Private student of Prof. Schwarzmann (student of Kate Kolwitz)
 

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Solo Exhibitions
Akashi Museum - Akashi, Japan
"Flora 2000" - Japan
Artists' House - Jerusalem, Israel
Gallery 30 - Tel Aviv, Israel
Gallery of European Artists - Luxembourg
Alon Gallery - Jerusalem, Israel
Ephal Gallery - Tel Aviv, Israel
Tourel Gallery - Tel Aviv, Israel

Selected Group Exhibitions
"Aims of Art - International Exhibition" - Vancouver, Canada
"International Exhibition" - Tokyo Museum, Japan
"L'aigle de Nice" - Nice, France
"Group Exhibition" - Montserrat Gallery, New York, USA
"International Selected Artists" - Marine Gallery, Kobe, Japan
"Artists of Japan Host Israeli Artists" - Kobe Museum, Kobe, Japan
"Art Addiction" - Stockholm, Sweden
"Art House" - Jerusalem, Israel
"Group Exhibition" - Halifax Gallery, Canada
"Group Exhibition" - Hautefeuille Gallery, Paris, France
"Annual Exhibition" - Grand Palais, Paris, France
"Artists of the Negev" - Beer-Sheva, Israel
"Group Exhibition" - Ella Gallery, Jerusalem, Israel
"Artists of the Negev" - Beer Sheva, Israel

Awards
Prize of the Board - Kyoto, Japan
Prize of Educational Board, Kobe - Kobe, Japan
Grand Prix d'Arts Plastiques - Salon "L'aigle de Nice", Nice, France
Diploma - Most Talented Artist - "Art Addiction" - Stockholm, Sweden

Reviews
"...Boyarski's artistic creations impress the onlooker. it reveals a sophisticated layout and outstanding artistic ability.
Boyarski's artistic expression is channeled as a result of two different desires. The conquest of realism and at the same time expression of her own artistic language. She searches after an appropriate confirmation that interlaces the realistic and the fantastic, so skilfully expressed in her compositions. This search invites the onlooker to take part in the "play". This is in part the perception of her art. Complexity and intricacy result in eliminating the illusionary space, yet at the same time direct the onlooker inside into the painting."
(from: Art World - 1991, Joseph Melamed, art curator)

"...The painting of figures and masks stand out in their particularism. Boyarski uses different types of people as mirror images of the place. Masks assimilate into a pictorial noplace.
A new motive lately appearing in Boyarski's works are plaster reliefs. This is not a sculptural relief. The traces of this create an inner embroidery. The flowing relief like the vein adds pulsation to the whole painting.
Boyarski is an artist who never ceases to search for new forms of expression to fulfill her needs. Boyarski points out new existence and a private world creating a new world of representation."
(from: Art Magazine - 2000, Kobi Harel, art critic)