Lavie Artzi was born in Israel in 1955, has lived and worked in Israel for more than 30 years.
He studied art at Kalisher and at the Bloomfield School of Design.
He received many scholarships, including the Sharett - Israel America Scholarship, in a scholarship to encourage creativity
Keren Havatzelet and more.
There are many exhibitions, including Beit Gavriel, the Performing Arts Center, Holon Design Gallery, Shagal Museum, Ein Harod Gallery, and the Holon Museum of Art.
In his works, organization, order, free brush strokes are evident while controlling the color and the material and all these.
Creating colorful and exciting colorful textures.
In many of his works he creates in two-dimensional media, sometimes flat and sometimes through the texture achieved.
Through color and sand, sometimes his work multi-layered in combination with plywood and various materials (Ready made), sometimes a collage conceptualized using footage, mosaic stones and other materials.
His works will always be aesthetic, made with great skill and professional handmanship.