Month: June 2014

Rooted in Time; Rooted in Space

Rooted in Time, Rooted in Space: BaYamim HaHem BaZ’man HaZeh Wall Hanging for Sukkah Inspired by my daughter Hannah’s idea, this somewhat literal-cum-symbolic piece evokes the celebration of Sukkoth, making us “eydim” – witnesses – to the personal feelings of insecurity and dependence on G-d […]

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Seeking Comfort and Assurance in Auschwitz

I framed this close in for a claustrophobic feeling.  After several days cramped in a cattle car without food, water, privy, or privacy; after snarling dogs and shouting guards; after a humiliating selection and a dismissive wave off to one side, the mother sees massive […]

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