Born in 1961 in Kibbutz Kfar Aza, Israel, she started painting at the young age of 16 and have won a great number of prizes since.
Mazliach’s paintings are rich in details, textures and layers so that they resemble quilted fabrics. From abstraction to dreamlike figuration, her paintings vary in subject matters and styles, evoking a fragmented narrative of politics and history. She often uses references from the natural world, creating strange landscapes with familiar, yet surreal organic forms, merging the natural and the synthetic. The multiplicity of shapes and colors in her paintings creates a spectacular and thrilling sight for the viewer, who, in a deeper examination discovers the intense feelings of anger and distress emerging from each work.
Mazliach currently lives and works in Israel and produces her art from her house in the Kibbutz, somewhat detached from the Israeli art scene.