Ardyn Halter read English at Pembroke College, Cambridge and in 1977 was awarded a university travel bursary to study architecture and wall mosaic design in Iran and Afghanistan. He has travelled widely and enjoyed many successful solo exhibitions across the globe including London, Israel, France, Italy, Spain and America. His works can be found in many public collections such as The Victoria and Albert Museum, London, The New York Public Library, The British Library, and The Open Museum, Israel. His most recent museum solo shows were in 2016-2017 at The Open Museum, Tefen, Israel and The Open Museum, Omer, Israel.
Halter works with varied mediums including silkscreen, oil painting, and stained glass installations. At present he is painting in oils and working on commissioned stained glass projects for London and Indiana, USA.
Halter has won several awards for his art including the National Print Exhibition First Prize: Julian Trevelyan Hon RE Memorial Award and the Gavin Graham Outstanding Printer Award both at the 1998 National Print Exhibition.
He divides his time between Israel and the UK.