Heather G. Stoltz is a fiber artist whose quilted wall hangings and fabric sculptures are inspired by social justice issues and Jewish texts.
Stoltz, named as one of The Jewish Week’s “36 Under 36″ for 2012, received a 2011 Manhattan Community Art Funds grant for Temporary Shelter, her installation piece about homeless New Yorkers.
Her work has been exhibited nationally and featured in Jewish Threads, Creative Quilting: The Journal Quilt Project, Shma Koleinu: A Jewish People’s Commentary on the Siddur, and several other publications.
She was a Drisha Arts Fellow 2008‐2010 and was an Artist‐in-Residence at the 2008 National Havurah Committee Summer Institute.
Heather lives in White Plains, NY with her husband Rabbi Geoffrey Mitelman and their daughter Caroline.
The Jewish Art Salon (JAS) is a 501.c.3 non-profit organization. It is a global network of contemporary visual artists and art professionals. Established in 2008 and based in New York City, JAS has over 400 members and over 2,000 participants. Through its 60+ shows, events and collaborations in the US, Europe and Israel, JAS has reached approximately 30,000 individuals since its inception. JAS provides important programs and resources, and develops lasting partnerships with the international art community and the general public.