CBC News presenting Osnat's life work
As a successful Canadian artist who is internationally wide collected, I was approached by CBC news.
A TV crew came to my home and filmed me working while interviewing me. It was aired nationally (Canada). USA residents were also able to watch it. The feature presentation was also aired in several countries in Europe and in Air Canadian planes.
Osnat's appearance in the '2009 Vaughan Juried Exhibition'
In April 30, 2009 my painting "KING FOR A DAY" was selected to participate in a juried public exhibition "2009 Vaughan Juried Exhibition: An Art Integration Project."
Over 100 works were submitted and presented to the adjudication panel (among the jurors panel were art professors and a president of a known gallery) for consideration. The jurors chose less than one-quarter of the works for exhibition.
The mayor and members of council in conjunction with the Vaughan Arts Advisory Committee were at the reception night which was held in April 30th.
The exhibition ran for three weeks, April 30 - May 24, 2009.
Osnat's Painting on a Book cover
My painting 'Future So Defined' was chosen by Thomson Nelson Publication as the book cover for "CANADIAN CORRECTIONS 3/E" (Pub Date: Mar-2009)
Osnat wins 3rd place "eBay's Canadian Entrepreneur of the year 2007"
eBay is thrilled to announce the winners of the 2007 Canadian Entrepreneur of the Year Awards, saluting savvy small business owners that help drive the online economy.
Osnat's Paintings on an upcoming thriller movie called "CASH"
In October 2007 I signed a deal with "Three Good Men LLC", who purchased 4 of my paintings to be featured in an upcoming psychological thriller titled "CASH", released in April, 2010.
Starring Sean Bean who starred in blockbusters such as "National Treasure", "Lord of The Rings", "Troy" and many more.
Osnat's Painting on FOX TV
FOX TV has purchased one of my paintings. The series is called "Prison Break" and the painting decorates the outer area of Veronica's office (the lawyer)...
Osnat's Art on Wine Labels
Limited collectable edition of eight quality wines made by the "Ramim" boutique winery. The labels display the original paintings of my artworks. The wines will be distributed in Israel and the USA. View the labels in PDF format.
Osnat in the Jerusalem Post
Osnat's art mentioned in the Jerusalem Post newspaper. click here to view.
Osnat's Painting on a Book cover
My painting "Get Wild" was chosen by Nelson Education Ltd. as the book cover for "CANADIAN POLITICS IN THE 21ST CENTURY 7/E". (Publish Date: 10/17/2007).
Osnat on the largest alcoholic beverage culture portal magazine called "Bakbuk"
Bakbuk is the first and largest alcoholic beverage culture portal in Israel. It is supported by the leading Alcohol and Wine publications & critics. Bakbuk's mission statement is to develop the wine and alcohol culture. Read here the article about Osnat and her art.
The online guide for artists named Osnat in "About.com"
In an article about acrylic painting techniques, Maron Boddy-Evans relates to Osnat as an example of a known artist who uses a certain technique. Follow this link to read the article in full.
Osnat's on Educational Articles
Musical Themed Paintings - read here
Osnat's painting in an upscale apartment clubhouse as appears in the article in the Daily Oklahoman
In Oklahoma City downtown's biggest mixed residential and retail project - Legacy of Art Quarter - one of my paintings was chosen to decorate one of the luxury apartments. Follow this link to read the newspaper article.
Osnat's Painting on an e-Book cover
My painting "Reflected Beauty" was used as a cover for "Parallel Dreams".
Osnat in an Article about Musical Themed Paintings
as taken from http://www.positivearticles.com/blog/807/musical-themed-paintings/
Musical themed paintings can be fun to find and fun to buy. I have a musician friend that recently purchased a new home. She bought new furnishings and asked me to find a new painting for her. I found her a fabulous creation by Osnat. It was an enormous, gallery size painting.
My friend's new furnishings were very contemporary and the Osnat musical themed painting I bought for her was breathtaking when all five parts were mounted. The musical staff ran the length of the painting with musical notes painted on it. The painting had pretty shades of yellows and oranges. It looked so elegant.
I found a still life musical themed painting of a guitar to buy for a friend. He always has had beautiful pieces of art in his home and he wanted to change some of the pieces he had grown tired of. The abstract piece that I found really struck a cord with my friend and he ended up buying another painting from the same artist.
Status of Canadian Women Report
An article from the Toronto Star (No. 1 newspaper in Toronto), mentioning Osnat as an example for woman who play the major income source for the household (read the full report here)
More Women Bringing Home the Berad and Butter
'Women just aren't getting paid fairly,' professor says. There may be more women breadwinners, but their income still lags, Statscan says.
In February of 1967, Prime Minister Lester Pearson called for an investigation into the status of Canadian women.
The Bird Commission, so called for its chairperson, Ottawa journalist Florence Bird, which was pushed for legislation entitling women to equal pay with men performing work of equal value, met 890 witnesses and received 468 briefs and 1,000 letters.
That year, 11 per cent of wives earned more than their husbands.
Forty years later, how far has the nation come?
New data from Statistics Canada reveal some expected gains but also some troublesome reminders of workplace inequity. The data, based on a 2003 study, show the number of women that are the primary breadwinners in dual-earner couples has increased dramatically. In about 1.4 million of 4.7 million dual-earner couples, wives earned more than their husbands. That's about 30 per cent.
The University of Toronto professor added that women aren't finding as much access to jobs like driving trucks and carpentry.
In 2003, according to StatsCan, in nearly two-thirds of couples with a primary-earner wife, she makes more than twice as much as her husband.
The study also suggests that, generally, wives, regardless of earnings, were still usually responsible for running the household.
Not so at the Tzadoks' home in Thornhill.
Ever since wife Osnat, 38, discovered eBay and her paintings started bringing in thousands a month, husband Israel went from software designer to more of a supporting role.
"Now he does the things that I used to do. He does the laundry. He picks up food for the kids. He cleans the house. He took my position," she says with a laugh. "But he also does the marketing when I need it. He built my website."
Osnat says self-employment and online commerce are freeing women she knows to boost their income...