Dita Jacobovitz paints what she sees by soaking up the landscape around her in her native Israel. A member of the Circle Foundation for the Arts and featured in the WE Contemporary Art book in 2021, Jacobovitz has been creating art since she was young. She studied computer science in school, and it was only when she attended art school in Tel Aviv that her career hit a turning point and she developed her own personal style. She bridges these two areas of expertise in her artwork: her calculated and detail-oriented perspective on nature bears the precision of an engineer.
Jacobovitz aims to convey a clean, serene landscape where her viewer can feel at peace. She appreciates nature’s inherent value and hopes to convey this through her work, as she believes our planet is not to be taken for granted. Her work reminds us of our own experiences with being in nature, with fully immersing ourselves in a new place for the very first time. As we gaze into her scenes, we can almost smell the freshness of the grass on the hills or hear the water splash in the Dead Sea. Jacobovitz’s landscapes transport us out of the present and allow us to fully appreciate nature the way she does.