Through her work, Ariel Katzir examines the illusion of beauty. Graduating with a diploma of fashion and textiles, Ariel explores the facets of beauty and challenges the view that the lines on one’s face do not fit traditional ideals of the construct. Instead, she maintains they are underappreciated.
In the universe of art, she is forging her name and status by creating pieces that are quite unique. The artist discovered that the mixture of ink and acrylic on canvas is the perfect way for her to fully express herself.

Intrigued by uniform lines and geometry, her current body of work features concepts that play with these elements.  Using dark ink juxtaposed with vibrant acrylics, Katzir aims to find balance between the two mediums and then project this harmony onto her canvas or board. Through her artistic creations, she embellishes her current obsession, however central to her exploration is always thematic play with portraiture and human form.

To evolve her work further Ariel has completed a diploma in transpersonal art therapy. Which she fuses both together in her practice. She quotes “not only does my art therapy practice help me with daily hurdles but also those I work with, it is so rewarding seeing someone have a lightbulb moment.” Katzir embraces the various aspects of her experience integrating it into her creativity. Blue is prevalent for the artist not simply because of it’s aesthetics, but due to it’s healing attributes, the artist states, “Blue has become my protective shield, symbolizing strength and resilience in the face of this condition. Here’s to painting my way to self-healing, one artwork at a time.”

Currently running work shops, collaborating with other artist, painting murals, innovating with flamboyant live art shows and working in her studio either painting on a canvas or experimenting with her sewing machine. The Artist continues to expand her creative network, collaborating with artists and creatives in her community. The social fabric of art is what drives Katzirs creative desires as she uses her work both as example and muse for social change.


2021 Blue Soul Babes, 19 Karen Contemporary Artspace, Mermaid Beach QLD
2021 Nasty Women, Livid Skate Cafe, WA
2021 Men in Dresses, The Orange Gallery, WA
2020 20Twenty Fire Relief Group Exhibition, The Corner Gallery Subiaco WA
2019 Artists Against Poverty, Love Foundation and W Churchill, Perth WA
2019 Painting In The Park, Blank Walls, The Park Centre, Victoria Park WA
2018 Our Land, Our Hands, Our Minds and Our Eyes, Urban Couture, Joondalup, WA
2017 Diploma of Fashion Products and Markets Fundraise, NMT Showcase Gallery, Northbridge, WA
2017 Face Off (Collaboration with Renae Whyte), Rockefeller, Highgate WA
2017 LOVE Art Exhibition, Charity Fundraising Event, Perth WA
2017 The Other Side: Popup Art Show, The Rabbit Hole, West Perth WA
2017 Live Art Mondays, Henry On Eighth Gallery, Marylands WA
2016 Aarti Jadu, The Bird, Northbridge WA
2016 [S T A M P], 19 Karen Contemporary Artspace, Gold Coast QLD
2016 Blackout Exhibition, Beyond Gallery, Perth WA
2016 Oubliette, River Roads Studio, Bayswater WA
2016 Take A Seat, CORD Fundraiser Charity Exhibition, Perth City Farm WA
2016 Photo Bomb, Little Wing Corner Gallery, Perth WA
2016 HAPPY  Group Show, 19 Karen Contemporary Artspace, Gold Coast QLD
2016 Finders Keepers – Little Wing Corner Gallery, Perth WA
2015 UWA Nude Figure Dawning Group exhibition
2015 Beaufort Street Festival, Artist Display, Beaufort WA
2015 Emerging Artists Awards, Perth WA
2015 Telstra Perth Fashion Festival, Pigeon Hole, Perth WA
2015 Scrawl (with Rose Church), Studio 2, Leederville WA
2015 Art Auction Charity Exhibition (Nepal Fundraiser), Colosoul Basement Gallery, Perth  WA
2014 RAW Showcase ‘Scope’ Featured Artist
2014 Heart Foundation Art Exhibition, Love and Romance
2014 Beaufort Street Festival, Artist Display, Beaufort WA
2011 Perth Fashion Festival Student Runway, Two garments inspired by geometric shapes WA
2010 Perth Fashion Festival Student Runway, Garment inspired by Alfred Hitchcock WA
2008 Central Institute of Technology Youth Exhibition, ‘Morning Coffee’ WA
2007 Central Institute of Technology Youth Exhibition, ‘Angus Young’ Painting WA


2017 Artist Feature, Simone Schroceter, The Rabbit Hole Perth
2014 ‘The Rabbit Hole’ Perth Art Blog Interview
2014 Beaufort street live art – Winner of Street art competition
2011 ‘Varga Girl’ fashion/home wear stall Window display
2010 Perth Now article ‘Jerry Hall’


2021 Wall Mural – Albion Hotel Cottesloe
2021 Wall Mural – Hyde Park Hotel
2019 Commission – Ben Trager Homes
2019 Workshop – Rocky Bay Studio Camp for kids with disabilities
2018 Collaboration – with James Giddy – Love Foundation Fundraiser
2015 Commission – Cosmetic Surgeon Shahid Jamil Painting on Canvas ‘Belle’
2015 Collaboration – Rose Church Exhibition
2015 Dirac Sea (Perth Band) Digital painting cover
2014 Collaboration – with Shelly Tindale- Perth Fashion Festival – Digital textile prints
2014 Wall Mural – Crooked Spire Coffee Lounge -‘Toothless’


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