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Silent Witnesses: Migration stories through Synagogues Transformed, Rebuilt, or Abandoned
KEHILAT KOL HANESHAMAH: A CONSTANT IN A CHANGING CAPITOL
This is a layered artwork, echoing the many layers of the city of Jerusalem. The white stone background is the mandatory building material of all Jerusalem construction as well as the Western Wall in the Old City. The three colored petal shapes refer to the well-known medieval map of the city surrounded by Europe, Asia and Africa. The three shapes also refer to the three religions that venerate the city of Jerusalem. The increasing and decreasing calligraphic words surrounding the Kehilah tell the story of a city on the move. Each shape word is written in the language that best conveys its meaning.
Mixed Media on Illustration Board, 33" x 32" 2012
THE DURA EUROPOS PROJECT
Women at the Well
Mixed Media on Illustration Board, 29" x 29", 2010