Inbal Limor Pfeffer was born in 1980 and currently lives and works in Kfar Malal, Israel. She is a multidisciplinary artist, mainly engaged in painting and drawing, combined with two-dimensional and three-dimensional collage techniques.
Graduate of art studies at the Beit Berl College of Art (2008 - 2009), participated in the Artists' Program, Musrara School of Art, Jerusalem (2008 - 2009), and studied Animation and Post Production, House of Exposure at The Open University (2004 - 2006). Specialized in prints and sculpture at the "Bergslagens Folkhögskola" art school in Sweden (2002 - 2003).
Her work is based on connections between various textiles, wood and paper substrates and drawings and figurative paintings superimposed on them. The works can function as separate objects or various installations. The main emphasis of Inbal’s work is the combination of figurative painting and surfaces taken from the world of folk art and traditional crafts. The images in her work combine human portraits with parts of the inner and outer worlds of the characters. The characters themselves combine a contemporary representation of femininity and masculinity alongside ancient archetypal myths of these representations.
Inbal’s work has been shown in various group exhibitions in Israel and abroad. Her works can be found in private collections and in the Bank Leumi collection of art.