Yael Brotman is a drawer, a printmaker and a painter. She received her
degrees from the University of Manitoba (BA Honours) and the
University of Toronto (B.ED; MVS – Master of Visual Studies). Her
work has been exhibited across Canada at public galleries that include
Mt. St. Vincent University Gallery, Halifax; Eastern Edge Gallery, St.
John’s; McMaster Museum of Art, Hamilton; Prince George Art Gallery,
Prince George BC; ODD Gallery, Dawson City YK; Atelier Circulaire,
Montreal. Internationally, Yael has exhibited in galleries in
Pittsburg, Buffalo, Ithaca in the US; in Lima, Peru; Belfast,
Ireland; and in Jingdezhen and Taiyuan, China. She has upcoming
exhibitions planned for Loop Gallery (Toronto) and the Art Gallery of
Kelowna (BC). Her work is represented in various public and corporate
collections including The Canada Council Art Bank, Bank of Montreal,
Department of Foreign Affairs (Canada), Ernst and Young, Toronto Stock
Exchange, University of Alberta, and Sanbao Museum (China).
Yael teaches in the Visual and Performing Arts program at the
University of Toronto Scarborough. She has taught courses in Drawing,
Painting, Books and Multiples and Foundations. Her students have gone
on to become working artists, passionate art lovers, and engaged
citizens. She is proud of them.