Einat has been practicing professional art for almost two decades. For the past ten years, mainly focusing on painting, using mainly acrylics, in her own personal style, which combines abstract with a touch of graphic influence.
Einat studied graphic design at the Israel Institute of Technology, the Technion (1988-1990), as well as traditional Chinese painting and calligraphy, at the Taipei Fine Art Museum (1994-5).
Since the beginning of the Nineties, Einat spent much of her time living in Asia - Starting with Katmandu (1991-1994), moving to Taipei (1994-1996), and lately in the metropolis of Shanghai (2001-2005), with her work being enriched by the culture, art, spirit, people and colors of each one the different and unique places.
The Chinese influence can easily be noticed in my recent works, with the increased use of “Chinese” colors (mainly red & gold) as well as the interesting integration between Chinese motives and the abstract style, reflecting the spirits of Asia and portraying the connection between east and west.
During the years 2004-2008, Einat's works have been exhibited in more than twenty five solo and group exhibitions in Paris (France), Vancouver & Montreal (Canada, Shanghai (China), Cluj (Romania), Nanjing (China), as well as Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Haifa, and other cities in Israel.
A number of Einat's works can be found in private collections around the world, including Israel, China, USA, Switzerland, and Malaysia.