Current Exhibits:

Small Works 2022

Ground Floor Artists - Small Works 2022

Nov. 2 - Dec. 31, 2022

Ground Floor Artists

Come view an exquisite mosaic of small, original art from a curated group of Arizona artists at Ground Floor Artists' lively gallery venue in Surprise, Arizona.

Gilat Ben-Dor will be showing 3 of her textured, mixed media works from her series, Pomegranate Tapestry. All works are for sale. For purchase of works in this exhibit, please purchase through Ground Floor Artists directly. 

Gallery hours: Wed-Fri, 10am - 4pm, Saturday, 10am - 2pm. (Please call regarding hour changes during holiday weeks:(623) 440-7083.


An Artists' Reception for Small Works will be held Friday, Dec 9, 5-7 pm. Ground Floor Artists is located at 13343 W. Foxfire Dr, Suite 3, Surprise, AZ 85378. 


TINY: A Small Works Exhibition

Dec. 2 - Dec. 31, 2022

Tiny Exhibit 2022 - Sisao Gallery Phoenix AZSisao Gallery

Sisao Gallery, in partnership with Laura Dragon and Robert Gentile, present the 2022 exhibition of TINY, an annual curated exhibition of esteemed Arizona artists and their selected Small Works. 

Gilat Ben-Dor has been selected to exhibit two of her small works from her Pomegranate Tapestry series. These richly colored, textured works on canvas must be seen in person to appreciate the intricate textures and embedded glass "seeds" of the pomegranate in one of these works (Cielo I). For purchase of works in this exhibit, please purchase directly through Sisao Gallery in Phoenix or reach out via Instagram: @sisaogalleryphx

TWO Artists' Receptions for TINY will be held:
Opening Reception: Friday, Dec 2, 6-10 pm
Third Friday Reception: Dec 16, 6-9 pm

LOCATION: Sisao Gallery, 605 E Grant St, Phoenix, AZ 85004


Postales Desde El Limbo 2022 (Spain)

Postales Desde El Limbo - Zaragoza, Spain 2022

Nov. 2022

Zaragoza, Spain


In her second consecutive year, Gilat Ben-Dor is participating in this international exhibition of miniature works on paper in Zaragoza, Spain, whose sales benefit a local rehabilitation center. Please inquire directly with Gilat Ben-Dor regarding prints based on the original works donated.

To view updates about this exciting international exhibition, please visit Postales Desde El Limbo's website, or follow them on Instagram: @postaleslimbo

Stranger Things

Glancing Back by Gilat Ben-Dor, showing at The Herberger's Stranger Things exhibit, Oct-Nov 2022

Oct. 7, 2022- Nov. 27, 2022

Herberger Theater Center, Phoenix, Arizona

A celebration of all things offbeat, alien, or strange, the exhibit "Stranger Things" features prominent Arizona artists' work on display. This includes Gilat Ben-Dor's mixed media work, Glancing Back, which will indeed have you doing a double-take. 

For purchase of works in this exhibit, please contact The Herberger directly. 

The Opening Reception for Stranger Things will be held Friday, Oct. 7, 6-8 pm at the gallery space (upstairs) at The Herberger Theater Center, 222 E Monroe St, Phoenix, AZ 85004


Pomegranate Tapestry

Gilat Ben-Dor - Pomegranate TapestryFeb. 4-July 31, 2022

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

CURTAIN UP- The Theatrical Art of Gilat Ben-DorApril 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