Category Howard Lerner
The Mattatuck Museum in Waterbury, Connecticut recently purchased Howard Lerner’s relief-found object construction entitled “Noah’s Ark” for their permanent collection. Starting in May 2015 it will be exhibited in conjunction with the opening of their new contemporary galleries. Detail photos can be seen of this work here along with his other sculpture, paintings and drawings.
The Jewish Art Salon, Oholiav, and the Columbia / Barnard’s Kraft Center for Jewish Student Life are proud to present CELEBRATE Join us Thursday October 11, 2012, 6pm TEXT: A comparative exhibition in black and white by Ellen Alt In the late 80’s Ms. Alt created a series based on the design of the […]
UJA-Federation of New York features The Dura Europos Project: An Ancient Site Interpreted Through 21st Century Eyes This exhibit is a project of the Jewish Art Salon. Exhibit on view till June 11, 2012. Guest Speakers March 27 Richard McBee and Joel Silverstein, Curators, Jewish Art Salon. Yona Verwer, President, Jewish Art Salon UJA-Federation of […]
Artists examine what the ancient Dura Europos artists did with subject, style, history, idea, underlying texts and their myriad commentaries, and they provide their own 21st century interpretations. This includes depictions of the Jewish texts, episodes from history, ideas of the sacred, evoking a historical style, Jewish and pagan identities, and sacred space. This […]
This exhibit, which is curated by Richard McBee and Joel Silverstein, features artists who have been moved by the idea of the sacred in their work, including concepts of divinity and or the sublime. The exhibit takes place from Oct. 3 to Nov. 22, 2010, at the Charter Oak Cultural Center in Hartford, Conn., and the […]