Bildende Kunst

Gabriella Boros

Gabriella Boros was born in Jerusalem, Israel to Holocaust survivors. The family immigrated to the US in 1968. As a graduate of the University of Michigan School of Art, Gabriella has exhibited her woodblock prints nationally and internationally. She has completed two artist residencies and is the recipient of a State of Illinois Artist Grant. Her themes include Judaic commentary and the symbiosis of plants and humans. She often works in series.


  • 2023, Botanical Prints, Ukrainian Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
  • 2022, Rage of the Matriarchs, Wesley Seminary, Washington, DC
  • 2020, Ten Kentucky Women, Bernheim Arboretum, Claremont, KY
  • 2019, Woodblock prints, ZigZag Galleri, Stockholm, Oranjekerk, Amsterdam


  • 2018, Illinois Arts Council Grant
  • 2013, Tiny Cameras, Benedictine University, Lisle IL, First Place Winner
  • 2005, 12 x 12 Juried Show, First Place Winner, Center of Highland Park, Illinois


  • 2022, Fukt Magazine of International Drawing, Gabriella Boros
  • 2020, Jewish Louisville, Daughter of Survivors Celebrates Noted Kentucky Women
  • 2019, The Daily Northwestern, Dittmar exhibits spotlights relationship of plants, humans
  • 2019, JUF Magazine, Local artist tackles Jewish themes in recent and upcoming exhibitions
  • 2016, Chicago Life Magazine, Voices of Wisdom
  • 2011, NWI Times, Stone Project Links Artists Throughout the World