A National Juried Exhibition of
The Jewish Women Artist’s Network
February 12 – March 28, 2007
Kraft Center for Jewish Life
606 West 115th Street, New York
From Hegel To Carob Trees
Turning Back The Biblical Clock
Fay Grajower’s “reset the clock” is a mixed media collage with ink on layered paper, with an accompanying poem. The palette is mostly yellow, purple and black, with some blue, white and red. Floral patterning occupies two of the paper’s corners, and with the exception of a watch face in the lower right corner, the work evokes a cubist still life. The poem is worth quoting in full, because it is almost a painting itself:
reset the clock
there is no chronology
in some order
a beginning and an end
seder – order
flies right by
when did something happen?
time – order
if we could only
Fay Grajower’s “reset the clock.”
Sibling Rivalry: Jacob And Esau
Menachem Wecker is a painter, writer and editor based in Washington, D.C. He welcomes comments at . 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 email@example.com.
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