Abstract Alef-Bet, an Ancient Shroud to Awaken,
Transforming Anti-Semitism into Art,
And an Imagined Dialogue with Queen Esther
Searching for a Place at the Table
Alef-Bet of Renewal, by Rose Ann Chasman. Papercut and calligraphy, 2000.
An Ancient Shroud to Awaken
Awakening, by Donna L. Caron. Concrete impressed with vegetation, 2006.
Transforming Anti-Semitism into Jewish Art
Sister’s Keeper, by Deborah Silverstein. Artist book, fabric, 2003.
Queen Esther, Meet Scheherazade
By A Thread, by Lynne Avadenka. Artist’s book, 2006.
Menachem Wecker is a painter, writer and editor based in Washington, D.C. He welcomes comments at email@example.com. His painting, “The Windows of Heaven” will be on exhibit at the JCC of Greater Baltimore as part of an exhibit opening March 25.
About the Author: Menachem Wecker, who blogs on faith and art for the Houston Chronicle at http://blogs.chron.com/iconia, welcomes comments at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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