• Current News

    Open Studio October 3 & 4
    I will be participating in Philadelphia Open Studio Tours in my studio at the 1241 Carpenter St Studio building in South Philadelphia near Broad & Washington.
    Saturday & Sunday
    October 3 & 4, 2015
    Noon-6 pm both days
    Come view my workspace and recent work! I will have small works and signed copies of The Garden of Time available for sale, as well as an art table for children, and snacks! I share my studio with artist Kayte Terry whose work will also be on view. 1241 Carpenter St will have studios open to the public on all three floors. Make a day of it!

    Solo Series at The Abington Art Center
    I will be showing an installation of new work from the Shul/Church Project in February 2016. Please save the dates!
    Opening reception: Friday Feb 5, 6-8pm
    Artists Talk: Sat Feb 13, 10am-Noon

    The Garden of Time
    The Garden of Time is an illustrated book for all ages.
    The book is a collaboration between myself and Rabbi Jill Hammer, and is published by Skinner House Books.
    You can order it here.

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  • Announcements Archive

    A piece from my new series on work on paer, Vayehi ( And It Was) was on view at the Abington Art Center in Jenkintown PA, where it won the Juror's Prize in their annual juried exhibition.

    I was honored to have a new version of my 2011 Hanukkah image used for a national campaign for Hanukkah actions happening across the country on December 16th, against police violence. Visit chanukahaction.org to learn more. You can purchase prints of the new image, and sets of the cards here.

    The Museum of Art and Peace in Philadelphia acquired one of the original artworks from The Garden of Time. I'm so excited to have this wonderful institution be one of the first collectors of this series.

    I was commissioned by Kol Tzedek Synagogue to create side panels for their Ark, the cabinet that holds the Torah.

    The L is for Liberation: A Radicalphabet poster is now available.
    My contribution to this project is the H is for Healing image.