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Artist Chen Winkler

JEWELRY ART DESIGN

Chen Winkler is an Israeli artist and sculptor, an IDF reserve officer with the rank of colonel.

He was born in 1969 in Netanya, where he lives and works.

Chen's work has been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in Israel and around the world and his work is displayed in global museums, public parks, and buildings.

 

He erected dozens of monuments and hundreds of artistic monuments throughout the country for individuals and private institutions, localities, and the Ministry of Defense.

One of his well-known works is the "Wings" monument - the Victory Monument in Netanya, erected in collaboration with Russian sculptors to mark the victory of the Red Army over Nazi Germany in World War II.

Winkler specializes in environmental sculpture and uses his sculpture using the green recycling method, which turns industrial waste into useful art products.

As part of the realization of this vision, he established a company in which about 8 tons of industrial waste are converted into designed elements every day.

This website is all about Chen's jewelry as a work of art, signed by international artist, sculptor Chen Winkler.

A unique designed and sculpted piece of jewelry that combines stone from the Land of Israel and jewels with gold or silver.

The jewel can be a work of art that tells a story and a connection between the Land of Israel,

The land of Israel and the art we take with us can remain connected to it, to the Land of Israel.

Some of the works feature places, maps, and charts that are indicated in the country.

The use of Israeli stones that were taken from holy places like Jerusalem and Tiberias.

Chen also uses these works with gems, stones with energies, and purple.

Stones of the sensory stone, formerly dotted with the ‘Cohen Gadol’ clothing while serving in the Temple.

OUR STORY

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