Preoccupation with the Karni Pass in
the Gaza Strip (named after her father, Joseph Karni)
leads to the paintings of the refugee camp Jebalia in
Gaza, based upon aerial photographs of the refugee camps
In parallel she painted the series "Citrus Orchard Piles",
those citrus orchards were uprooted in the proximity
of her house as the area was intended for building.
The citrus orchards that once were a symbol of the Zionistic
dream, changed their form into dry piles in fields of
yellow groundsel - "Citrus Orchard Piles". The painting
exhibits her continued preoccupation with her private
and intimate milieu, a private environment, which is
also a public one during processes of change.
Along ten years Gur Lavy painted her father who became
ill with Alzheimer -up to his death
The piqué blanket he covered himself with, turned into
a modernistic grid with actuality sentences interwoven
within, like embroidery, reference to the art of women.
It contains sentences from the media and the press and
it also deals with the El Akza Intifada (The Karni Pass
was closed or opened, terrorist attack at the Karni