Now Showing in The Shomrei Gallery: The Photographs of Shomrei Congregant, Nick Levitin
Ever since I can remember, I have yearned for some sort of connection with the people or places I have encountered. At first, I found it in the theatre as an actor, then as a photographer in my studio and in the world around me.
The photos on exhibit are my attempt to connect with some of the people I have come to know and have met, and some of the places I have had an opportunity to visit.
Nick will discuss his photographs at an Artist’s Reception on Sunday, September 25, 2016 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm.
All photos on exhibit may be purchased for $250 each. A portion of the proceeds will go to Shomrei.
Lisa Suss graduated with a B.F.A. from Beaver College in Glenside, PA and then went on for a M.F.A. in printmaking from N.Y.U. After starting as a fiber artist and printmaker, she expanded her chosen media to include drawing, book arts and watercolor. Her particular focus on looking at the ordinary parts of life in different ways has led her to mixed media. She often uses collage and assemblage, frequently including toys and games, in her artwork. By incorporating odds and ends from garage sales and flea markets, her work questions our values and reflects our skewed views of the contemporary world.
Lisa Suss has exhibited widely throughout the United States and is a juried member of Exhibitors’ Co-op, a well-known artists’ exhibiting group in Northern New Jersey. In addition, she is a long time member of the West Orange Arts Council and served an eight-year term as its president. She is Visual Arts Manager of JCC Metrowest and oversees four gallery spaces as well as being the coordinator for the annual Gaelen Juried Art Show and Sale. She was also a founding member of the Essex County Arts Advisory Board and often serves as an independent art show juror.
Now Showing in The Shomrei Gallery: The Art of Shomrei Congregant, Jennifer Moses
The Baker Family is honored to present a special one-woman show of the work of Phyllis M. Baker z”l (b.1930, d.2000) in connection with the Bar Mitzvah of Elijah Phillip Baker, Phyllis’ grandson. She would have been so proud of Elijah and his sister Madeleine! Although Phyllis cannot be here with us in person, we know she is with us in spirit. Continue reading