Varda Breger was born in Israel and lives in Tel-Aviv. Varda Berger's works deal with the conquering of nature by man, and the painful relations in human society. The lack of balance between progress and nature, resulting from man’s failure to conserve and distribute the resources on the planet amongst its inhabitants, is manifested in the disappearing variety of life especially the extinction of wildlife. Many of her works are dedicated to the inferior and hopeless state of women in western and eastern society, and the poor state of Africa. Varda Breger is using mixed media in a watercolor spontaneous technique. The objects are caged in the lines formed by the streaming diluted colors, and sometimes run over by her shoes or car wheel.