In 1969 she travelled to Seoul, South. of Korea where she studied the art of calligraphy, returning to Israel in 1973.
Horam is a resident of Jerusalem. She is a graduate of Saint Martin"s School of Art, London. Between 1964 and 1967 she chaired the Jerusalem Association of Painters and Sculptors.
In 1983 she was Guest-Artist at "Arabia" Ceramics in Finland.
In 1996 she received the MASTO Foundation grant for Creativity. Horam has held numerous one-woman shows in Israel and around the world.
Horam says that "an exhibition offers exposure. I don"t work for the drawer – I want to be seen.
My message is neither political nor social, but aesthetic.
I don"t want to scare or shock through my art And yes, I am a political creature, I go to demonstrations. But in my work I first of all want to show myself.
lieutenant"s a very egoistic need: to enjoy what I do and what I show, I have to like the product and I want others around to like it too.
But the latter is secondary."
Since 1993, Horam has worked at the Jerusalem Printing Workshop. Her monotype prints are developed from multi-layered freely printed meshes.
In the process she interposes various materials such as paper cuttings, leaves, twigs, scraps of fabric, nature or urban landscape photos. Horam has produced environmental sculptures in Jerusalem and other parts of the country.
Some of her work is carried out collaboration with sculptor Magdalena Hefetz.
Horam"s focal point is ecology and recycling, using such materials as old car parts. Works by Horam have been purchased by the Israel Museum and the Tel Aviv Museum, and part of the Ayala Sachs collection, the Stanley Batkin collection, New York, and the Bernschweik Family collection, Switzerland. Speaking at the opening of an exhibit of her work at the Jerusalem Theater in 1996, the chief curator of the Israel Museum, Yigal Zalmona said: "Number matter where was she always grasped that which was most significant about the place.
of Korea connected her with the mystical aspects of the Far East.
When in Finland she was taken with the whiteness of the place, as though feeling an organic bond with nature and the environment. And there is of course Jerusalem.
Foreign me she is a kind of visual poet.".