Renana Termechi, an Israeli artist, lives and works in Jerusalem.
Her initial training in drawing and painting began at the age of ten as a student at the Israel Museum. At the age of 15 she studied at the High School of Art in Jerusalem. After serving in the Israeli Army, at the age of 21 she was chosen by the Jerusalem Municipality to join the French group for mural paintings, "Cite de la Creation." She then lived and worked in France, learning the secrets of mural paintings. After participating in the Monumental Murals in Jerusalem, she began to study art at the Beit Berl Collage. Realizing that her artistic passion lay in the tradition of the old masters, she joined the Jerusalem Studio School of Israel Hershberg. Studies with him involved working exclusively from life, at first using the conceptual and technical methods of the old masters, and eventually the late 19th-century European and American painters. She attended the International School of Painting, Drawing, and Sculpture, Italy. After completing the formal journey of art studies, she continues to learn, investigate, and understand all there is to know about oil paintings.
Renana Termechi creates Jewish art in a unique manner. She teaches Painting and Drawing. Her paintings are included in private collections abroad.