Shabbat shalom! "Shalom Y’all: A Snapshot of Southern Jewish Life Photographs and Memories" from @billaron.photography and @vickireikes . Currently on view at the Museum of the Southern Jewish Experience in New Orleans.
There are 48 ways to receive the Torah; Linda Altabef's linocut prints represent the theme Clarity, part of an invitation to 48 artists by @kolhaot Linda presented her works today in our Zoom Open Studio series dealing with works made during COVID.
@brombachershoshannah presenting at today's Zoom Open Studio.
“An Atlas of Jewish Space” with a text by leading Holocaust scholar Robert Jan van Pelt and 139 of @markpodwal ’s pictures.
Join us! Sunday, October 10, 12 PM New York, 11 AM Chicago, 9 AM PT, 7 PM Jerusalem
Wishing a Happy Sukkot Holiday.
Today's JAS Open Studio Zoom meeting: @ef4art's 3-d artwork "The Writing on the Wall".
Today's JAS Open Studios on zoom: @gabriellaboros series "Rage of the Matriarchs". Featured here: Sarah.
With the end of Yom Kippur, a Great Tekia is blown from the Shofar, and then we wish each other a Good Year.
Join the Jewish Art Salon as we continue a dialogue to explore the artistic process behind the work of three contemporary artists. In this session artists @ef4art , @gabriellaboros and Sandra Indig explore the process of re-creation: the deposits and richness of creativity that emerge from desolation and despair.
Last Sunday's JAS Zoom presentation featured @joelsilversteinart who showed us his exciting and totally original oeuvre based on biblical themes; contemporary look at the visual tradition of the epic and the evocation of the sacred. The artist’s family, friends and other autobiographical material are the inspiration for a complex Magic Realism. This creates an overlapping sense of myth derived from such diverse sources as dreams, cinema, Old Master painting, photography and comic books.
Last Sunday's JAS Zoom presentation by @jkejake whose antropomorphic art merges animals and figures in collages and streetart. His surrealistic art source late 19th century images.
Last Sunday's zoom presentation: Diana Kurz's artwork on animal rights through a Jewish lens.
Today at 4:30pm ET! Explore the exciting connections between art and architecture, ancient and modern, spiritual and utilitarian, and learn how transforming the environment through art and architecture creates change for societies and individuals.
The Jewish Art Salon wishes everyone a Sweet New Year, a year blessed with health, safety, and opportunity.
Sunday, September 5, 12 PM New York, 11 AM Chicago, 9 AM PT, 7 PM Jerusalem Our next live session AFTER THE FLOOD: ReGENESIS.
"Jewish Art Salon Zoom" painting, 8 by 8 inches, by @artwork_by_leah featured in her Jewish Art Salon presentation last Sunday .... on Zoom.
JAS OPEN STUDIOS ZOOM PROGRAMS CONTINUE!
Yesterday we celebrated Tu B’Av, the 15th day of the month of Av, a time when mourning is turned into renewed hope and celebration. It is both an ancient and modern holiday. It marks the beginning of the period of spiritual preparation leading up to the month of Elul and the Days of Awe.
Tomorrow! Tuesday, July 6, 12 PM New York, 11 AM Chicago, 9 AM PT, 7 PM Jerusalem