Watercolor 30″ x 24″ 1999 After the Holocaust only by returning to our tradition can the Jewish people survive. Read more →
Artwork reflecting Shoah (holocaust) themes.
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Watercolor 31″ x 25″ 1999 Read more →
Rachel And Her Child
Watercolor 30″ x 24″ 1999 Based on a real story about a mother in the ghetto. Read more →
Yizkor (Memorial Box)
Memorial to my grandfather Avrumele who was murdered, in Poland, during the Holocaust.Those who knew him called him a “sheyner Yid”. My father’s tefilin are the only thing our family owns that was ever touched by my grandfather. With that in mind I designed this box. The inside has a broken and burned picture frame around his photo and a… Read more →
Watercolor and Collage 23 1/2″ x 29 1/2″ This collage was made in rememberance of the artist’s grandparents, Avrumele and Bayla Rolnik, and aunts who were murdered, in Poland, during the Holocaust. The image is covered by red and black symbolizing fire and destruction. The gate of Aushwitz, with the words: Arbeit Macht Frei (works brings freedom) oversee the map… Read more →
I Never Saw Another Butterfly
(mixed media on plexiglass) 15 1/4” x 13 1/4” Inspired by a poem written by a 12 years old Jewish boy who was killed in the Holocaust. This boy wrote that for the seven weeks he had been in the ghetto, he had not seen another butterfly. He missed his freedom and nature. Read more →