Einat Aloni, born in 1980, lives and works in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Studied painting with Ayelet Carmi at the HaMidrasha Faculty of Arts, Beit Berl College (2018), also studied privately with Yoav Efrati (2014), and drawing studies at Avni Institute School of Art and Design, Tel Aviv  (1999). 

Einat mostly uses bold acrylic colors in large formats, her paintings display realism and surrealistic placement of images in space.

Einat's recent works present human figures in contrast with images taken from nature and wildlife, constantly investigating the possibilities of placement: human vs. wild.
Using the combination of day-to-day realism and the fantasy of a lost paradise, the works seek to expose the subtext of the image - the longing for freedom and harmony with nature alongside existential loneliness, anxiety, helplessness, and death. The artistic creation investigates the dialectic between the romantic desire to assimilate into the other and the fear of losing the holistic feeling of the "I" – the known, the familiar and the protected.

Einat Aloni's work has been shown in solo exhibitions and group exhibitions, mainly in alternative spaces and special projects. Among such exhibits: a solo exhibition in the unique urban space at the Abraham Hostel Gallery in Tel Aviv (2019), a group exhibition in The Office Gallery in Tel Aviv (2016) and art projects in various urban spaces: work spaces, cafes, pop-up events and more.