Born in 1955 in Georgia. Immigrated to Israel in 1973. Learned painting in Georgia and was influenced from the Great Russian painters and from some great world classic artists.
He directs himself carries Briefcases, paints paintings according to old family photos from the album of his childhood, at times "planted" figures in the landscape starry night and the cypress of Vincent Van Gogh, all in meticulous colorful colors, in high accuracy and in reference to the technique as a high and important bar.
He drowns in the landscape elements of fantasy and connects the realistic figure to a somewhat mystic consolidation, which is reminiscent of a tourist taking photo near a landscape or a particular monument.
You can see the light flickers out of the darkness as a contradiction of forces between light and darkness.
He granted many awards, including "Sharet's foundation award", "The ministry of education and culture Young artist award", a gold medal of the Asian-European Biennial in Ankara, Turkey and more.
Pich'hadza had participated in many exhibitions in Israel and around the world.
His pieces can be found in many important collections and museums in Israel and throughout the world.