The sculpture garden and the home gallery of Ruth and Meirke Davidson presents to visitors unique mosaic works embedded in a natural grove and a blooming garden. The garden includes some 300 works of mosaic sculptures, mosaic masks, totem sculptures, images of people and animals. The works are spread among the oaks, arbutus, nut and pine trees and are a living memory of 50 years of daily work and creation. The vast array of mosaic exhibits integrate together into one whole piece of mosaic art full of color, imagination and humor.
The house which was preserved because of its uniqueness, offers an exciting glimpse into the old Kibbutz way of life, telling the story of Meir Davidson, a Palmah fighter, one of the founders of the Giv'ati Brigade, a man of work, family and creation.
The garden is situated in Kibbutz Eilon in the Western Galilee.
On foot tour guided by Dalia Davidson (Meirke's daughter in law) in the garden's paths and the gallery – the artist's home displaying some 200 more works.