Tomer Peretz has been mesmerizing people around the world with his artwork since he was a young boy growing up in Jerusalem. During a trip to South America in 2004, a propitious request from a hotel for him to paint a wall propelled his passion for art beyond a hobby. The stunning portrait he created of Jim Morrison spanned 9 feet and was not only an incredible replica, but a window into his soul.
In the past five years, Tomer’s artwork has been featured in over 40 exhibitions throughout Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and Israel. His paintings have been viewed at clubs from Hollywood (Avalon , Vanguard, Kress , Music Box and Remedy Lounge) to Tel Aviv (Bet Haitonaim and The Breakfast Club). His paintings have been displayed at H Studio and Apel Design, and his furniture design has been showcased at the Very Venice Gallery.
Peretz currently resides in California, where he is working on “The Unbreakable Project,” an art show composed of a documentary film, large scale paintings and photographs, inspired by his time in the Israeli military. This exhibition expresses Tomer’s personal experience of the very controversial conflict in the Middle East. Learn more at The Unbreakable Project.