Moshe Sendowski was born in Poland in 1931. Upon his immigration to Israel in 1947, he established his first home in Kinneret Group where he managed to express his feelings of freedom and pride, from which he was deprived during the Holocaust. At the end of the training period in Kibbutz Kinneret, he became one of the founders of Kibbutz Haon and later built his home in Kiryat Bialik.
Moshe is an artist at heart and art has been a way of life for him since his youth. He taught art in primary, secondary and teacher education institutions.
Moshe was inspired by the Bible and his sculptures are a lens through which he expresses personal meanings and emotions. His sculptures illustrate a harmonious sequence of life of polarities between birth and death, fertility and maturity, rebirth and withering supportive and supported figures. He uses Bronze which conveys strength and stability as opposed to the wavy gentle lines which symbolize softness. Under his hands, the materials take shape and become semi-figurative to abstract, with the woman’s figure as the Creator’s power, the symbol of fertility and motherhood.
His sculptures were exhibited in museums and galleries in Israel and around the world as well as in public places such as The House of the President of the State of Israel in Jerusalem, the Technion and as monuments in Netanya, Motzkin and Kiryat Bialik.
His art has been purchased by art collectors; he is a member of the Sculptures and Painters Association in Israel and in 2000 he received the Haifa medal for sculpture.