Esther Zabronsky was born in Tel Aviv Israel. She is currently living and working in Brooklyn, NY


Master of Fine Arts, Tufts University/School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
Post-Baccalaureate certificate in Fine arts, School of Arts Center International, Florence, Italy
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Communications Arts, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA

Artwork Group Exhibitions

2017 Illusion, Solo show Java Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2017 WeRart, Group show Java Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2016 All in One, Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY

2014 Thesis Show, The Blue and White Thread, Cyclorama, Boston, MA

2013 Multimedia Show,  Capturing the Moon, Forth Wall Gallery, Boston, MA

2011-13 School of the Museum of Fine Art Show, Boston, MA

Graduate student show, Coming to America, La Corte, Florence, Italy

2010 Multimedia Show, Memories, La Corte, Florence, Italy

2008 Solo Show, Biblical Heroine, Artworks, Richmond, VA

2008 Group Show, Hot-locks, Artworks, Richmond, VA

2008 Group Show, Fish Day, Artworks, Richmond, VA

2007 Group Show, Summer Time, Petersburg Art center, Petersburg, VA


2004-2010 Art Director and  Photographer, Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation, Richmond, VA

1991-2000 Teaching, Portland Jewish Academy, Lincoln High School,
Portland, Oregon


2009 Healthy Water Initiative, collateral material, by Department of conservation and recreation

2008 Renew Virginia, Energy and Environment promotion, by Preston Bryant, secretary of natural resources

2008 Governor’s Commission on Climate Change logo, by Preston Bryant, secretary of natural resources

2006 John Smith Trail interpretive signs design for the National Park Service Chesapeake Bay Gateways Network initiative, by Tim Kane, Virginia Governor

2006 John Smith Water Trail Collateral designs, by Department of Conservation and Recreation


2007 Scenic Virginia’s award in the Creative Scenic, improvement category, Richmond VA for Captain John Smith Trail interpretive signs 

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