Saving Fruitful Trees

This art exhibition is juried by Sheryl Intrator and sponsored by Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey and its “sister city” in Nahariya, Israel. This exhibition is one aspect of the Partnership2gether professional exchange that was established by UJA Federation to strengthen ties between the United States and Israel and promote Jewish unity and identity.

Fruitful Trees, saved – Sheryl Intrator

All works in the exhibit reflect the artists’ interpretation of a theme taken from the Jewish text Devarim 20:19-20, which states: “All trees that produce edible fruit must not be destroyed, even during times of conflict, so they can provide nourishment and sustenance for future generations.” The artists have been building bonds based on common ideals and beliefs and the exhibit is one important and worthy way for Israel and America to express their kindred spirits.

COMMUNITY RECEPTION: Sunday, June 26, 4:30-6 pm

Sheryl Intrator will be exhibiting a work created with enamel paints, nail polish, acrylic paints and oil paints.

Waltuch Art Gallery

Kaplen JCC on the Palisades

411 East Clinton Ave, Tenafly, NJ 07670

The show has been made possible by the JFNNJ Committee and a Committee in Nahariya. The local committee includes: Sheryl Intrator Urman, Curator and Art Committee Chair of the Partnership2gether program, Adele Grodstein, Doryne Davis, Fred Spinowitz, and Danielle Kaplan. The Jury is headed by Anita Duquette from the Whitney Museum, who guides the jury panel on selection of art.

Sheryl Intrator also exhibits 2 works from her Trees series at the Belskie Museum in Closter, NJ through June 26th.