Category Lea Weinberg

Personal Renaissance at the Belskie Museum

The Belskie Museum in Closter, NJ is hosting an art exhibit where artists reflect on their past artwork and compare to their more current art. The exhibition shows how past ideas and personal growth impacted and inspired their current work.  Opening Reception March 5, 1-5 pm. Presentation at 3:30 pm Artist Talk March 26 at 3 pm. Belskie Museum […]

Yam Noraim Zine

The work of Jewish Art Salon members Judith Joseph, Michal Nachman, Julian Voloj, and Lea Weinberg are included in Yamim Noraim, a zine of original art and writing about the Jewish High Holy Days, edited by Tamar Nachmany. More info According to the zine’s creator: “Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur have always fascinated me. The imagery, values, prayers, […]

New York Society of Woman Artists: The Primacy of Color

Ellen Alt, Tamar Hirschl, and Lea Weinberg have works in a Chelsea exhibit with the New York Society of Woman Artists: The Primacy of Color from November 15 to December 3, 2016 .     OPENING RECEPTION on Thursday, November 17 from 6-8pm George Billis Gallery, 525 W 26th St., Ground Floor,  NYC. Gallery Hours: Tuesday to Saturday, 10am to 6pm. (Closed for thanksgiving, Nov. […]

Jewish Life Cycles – Rites of Passage

Lea Weinberg is exhibiting two 3-D metal mesh Stars from the installation: Scar of David at The Belskie Museum of Arts and Science, Closter, NJ. In the exhibit “Jewish Life Cycles – Rites of Passage & Milestones” American & Israeli Artists explore a common thread, telling their story through their art. Artists Reception: Sunday, April 26, 2015, 6 […]

Memory of the Holocaust and Heroism

Lea Weinberg is exhibiting two photographs (printed on canvas) of the 3-D works: “Fire Flowers” and “Six Memory Candles with Names”(from the installation: Mother-Survivor) in the group exhibition: “Memory of the Holocaust and the Heroism”. This exhibit, curated by Rachel Ziv at Tel Aviv University Sourasky Central Library in Israel, takes place March 24 – April 30, 2015.

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