Mazal Tov, Rochelle Dinkin!

Artist, Rochelle Dinkin, KI member and member of the TJM Artists’ Collaborative invites the KI community to a celebration event, September 9th from 4:30 to 7:00pm for her current one person exhibition at PAFA. Details below. The PAFA Alumni Gallery is pleased to present “The Mystical Heroine Revisited”, an exhibition of...

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I Walk with You – Cantor Amy Levy

Moral Compass: Artists Respond to Crises Temple Judea Museum exhibition January – March 2021 KI MEMBERS RESPOND TO THE PANDEMIC: I Walk with You – Cantor Amy Levy All of us have had to make mental shifts during this pandemic.  I find a mental shift especially difficult when we are used...

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Music Soothes The Soul by Fran Schwartz

Moral Compass: Artists Respond to Crises Temple Judea Museum exhibition January – March 2021 KI MEMBERS RESPOND TO THE PANDEMIC: MUSIC SOOTHES THE SOUL – Fran Schwartz We are all searching for ways to fill these long pandemic days, weeks and months.  Whether it is reading, exercising, watching TV, socializing outdoors,...

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Artist Statement: Rosalind Reichstein

Moral Compass: Artists Respond to Crises Temple Judea Museum exhibition January – March 2021 My “LIFE IN THE TIME OF COVID” is a semi-realistic, symbolic representation in a kind of Grandma Moses style. My “circle of community” is an empty chair, potted plants, my much loved and loving indoor cat in...

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Artist Statement: Rochelle Marcus Dinkin

Moral Compass: Artists Respond to Crises Temple Judea Museum exhibition January – March 2021 The pandemic crisis is a Rorschach test for the entire global community.  Every part of our personal identities and our global political system needs to be re-examined.  This extends to our attitudes on class, race, sexuality, and...

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Artist Statement: Robert Dennis

Moral Compass: Artists Respond to Crises Temple Judea Museum exhibition January – March 2021 Robert Dennis My Moral Compass Media: Recycled plastics Confinement has given us time for introspection. For the artist, creating a hiatus from social norms, allowing additional time to work at home. I was reminded of an exhibit...

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Artist Statement: Rhea Dennis

Moral Compass: Artists Respond to Crises Temple Judea Museum exhibition January – March 2021 Rhea Dennis Remains Media: Unbleached Abaca and graphite Under normal circumstances my artwork is bold, bright and optimistic. When we began quarantining back in March part of me relished the idea of confinement. Redirecting my time away...

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Artist Statement: Reena Brooks

Moral Compass: Artists Respond to Crises Temple Judea Museum exhibition January – March 2021 My work doesn’t have a strong political message to convey or even an abstract meaning. I make my art because I need to. I need the interaction with my different materials. I need to investigate new techniques...

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Artist Statement: Paula Mandel

Moral Compass: Artists Respond to Crises Temple Judea Museum exhibition January – March 2021 Paula Mandel Life Boat Media: Artist-flameworked glass, mirror, vintage toaster, ceramic boat, chain While trying to deal with the day-to-day challenges of this all-encompassing pandemic, I found myself wistfully wishing to be whisked away by a mysterious...

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