Current Exhibits:

Surrealism, Abstract, and Pop Art Today

March 25-May 24, 2023

Desert Foothills Library, Cave Creek, Arizona

Desert Foothills Library - Surrealism, Abstract, and Pop Art Today exhibition - Gilat Ben-Dor

You are cordially invited to the opening reception Saturday, March 25 for a very cool exhibition taking place throughout the beautiful Desert Foothills Library on a picturesque hill in Cave Creek, Arizona!

“Surrealism, Abstract, and Pop Art Today” is the theme, curated by Desert Foothills Gallery. Enjoy meandering amid the library’s books and architecture as you discover unique, curated works by selected Arizona artists. Gilat Ben-Dor's mixed media collage, Sugar Seduction, will also be on display (and available). We hope to see you there!

Artist Reception is Saturday, 3/25/2023, 4-5:30 pm. The exhibit runs through 5/24. Free admission and open during all library hours.

Desert Foothills Library, 38443 N Schoolhouse Rd, Cave Creek, AZ  

Pomegranate Tapestry

Gilat Ben-Dor - Pomegranate TapestryONGOING ONLINE EXHIBITION

Virtual Exhibit at

Experience the independent release of 12 new small works by Scottsdale artist Gilat Ben-Dor. Just in time for Valentine's Day, yet also timeless in its meaning, this series celebrates abundance and love, which the pomegranate represents.

Each individual work in this series combines Gilat’s colorful, exuberant style with nods to artistic traditions such as Medieval gilding, Renaissance-era celestial themes, and the textured forms of more contemporary Abstract Expressionism.

Click here to view full series

Click here for Pomegranate Tapestry PRESS RELEASE 

CURTAIN UP! The Theatrical Art of Gilat Ben-Dor


Original Exhibit Dates: April 1-May 20, 2022 (Extended)

ASU Gammage Auditorium (Theater)

Tempe, Arizona

ASU Gammage, Arizona's premier Broadway theater, presents artist Gilat Ben-Dor’s brand new, theater-themed series, CURTAIN UP! from April 1-30, 2022. Gilat’s whimsical, colorful art will take you on a journey of moments both on stage and off, with relatable highlights all about “The Show.” From Greek dramas to Renaissance-era theater, from Shakespeare to Vaudeville, and even Japanese Kabuki, Gilat pays tribute to the theatrical milestones that brought us to the Broadway and theater traditions we know and love today. 

The in-person exhibit in the lobby of Gammage is viewable two ways: for Gammage ticket holders when attending the performance, and by appointment: please email Jeremy Bennington at

All 12 original watercolors, plus prints and additional exhibit merchandise will be available for purchase directly through the Exhibit Shop at