Peter Gluzberg

Peter Gluzberg

Fine Artist


Brushes and paints became Peter Gluzberg’s friends in early childhood. He grew up in the little town of Bender, Moldova and got his art education at Kharkov Academe of Arts. Gluzberg later taught at Kishinev Pedagogical Institute.

In 1991 he immigrated with his family to Israel and settled in a kibbutz in Galilee. The new country and the nature that surrounded him were quite different from what he’d known before. Bright sun, light transparent shadows, vibrating color reflection of heated air all caused him to reconsider the established pictorial system.

In a year, 1992 Gluzberg had his first small exhibition in Israel. He gradually became acquainted with artists and artistic life in his new surroundings. Since 1993 Gluzberg began to participate in exhibitions of artists immigrants in Tel Aviv.

Eventually Peter Gluzberg got his first solo exhibition. Soon afterwards, he became a member of the International Symposiums on plein air. With this group of artists, he worked in Norway, Germany and France.

"Turning to the heart of the viewer, Peter Gluzberg became one of the few genuine artists recreating tradition of impressionistic plein air painting where this tradition has not developed. Most of the places depicted in his paintings, for the first time came on an artist’s canvas, finding new destiny and place in art.

He has gained recognition of curators and critics in different cities in Israel. In 2009 he was awarded the Jacob Fihman Prize."


Dr.Alec D.Epstein, сhairman of the Center for the Study and Development of

Contemporary Art.

Newspaper "Jewish Observer" Kiev 2013