Michal Campagnano Ayali was born in Jerusalem. Michal works as a guide in the field of History and the Land of Israel. She worked in the Maapilim Museum in Atlit for several years as a guide and director of programing. Today she works in the Italian Synagogue Museum as a guide and for their Marketing and Public Relations Dept.
She is also an experienced Halachic instructor for brides to be and has studied in various Halachic programs.
Today she lives in Neve Daniel, Gush Etzion with her husband and children.
Geula Twersky’s art interweaves Jewish tradition, history and the many facets of her own life. The pain she felt as the child of a Holocaust survivor and the national euphoria she experienced as she matured in the era following Six Day War have strongly influenced her paintings. Her work delves into the significance of her name Geula — redemption.