Tag Archives: Judaism

Earthworks by Kivunim Students Facilitated by Tobi Kahn

Tobi Kahn, Jewish Art Salon member & advisor, and Artist in Residence at Kivunim, recently facilitated an earth project with his students in Israel. “After looking at earthworks by the artists Andy Goldsworthy, Richard Long and Robert Smithson, the Kivunim participants broke up into groups and created their own earthworks project in Jerusalem this past month… […]

Irina Sheynfeld in Sh’ma Now

The latest issue of Sh’ma Now is out. This month’s conversation: Ahava (אַהַבָה). Jewish Art Salon arranged a Call for Art for Sh’ma. In response, Irina Sheynfeld‘s artwork was selected by Susan Berrin, Sh’ma’s editor. “Kisses” was inspired by the song “A Thousand Kisses Deep” by Leonard Cohen. Her work accompanies “The Many Acts of Love,” an article […]

Susan Shender’s Sukkah Soul

Susan Shender, founder of Sukkah Soul, and long-time member of the Jewish Art Salon, creates evocative jewelry pieces that call upon ancient processes and texts. Her works, primarily made of bronze, are imbued with layers of thought, symbolism, and meaning. Her unisex pendants are inspired by the ancient Hebrew alphabet, Kabbalistic concepts, and based on Jewish art motifs and […]

Katarzyna Kozera’s Designs

Katarzyna Kozera was commissioned to design multimedia exhibitions for 2 major American Jewish museums. More details on these projects later. From 2012 through 2014 Kozera, with her extensive experience, was responsible for creating and designing the multimedia part of the core exhibition at the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Poland, one of the […]