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Platt & Borstein Galleries at American Jewish University

Exhibition Detail
LIKE WATER ON ROCK: Exhibit by the Jewish Women Artists’ Network
15600 Mulholland Drive
Bel Air, CA 90077


February 22nd, 2009 - April 5th, 2009
Opening: 
March 1st, 2009 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
 
Cy Boy, Aline MareAline Mare, Cy Boy,
Archival Digital Print, 20" x 24"
Kaddish, Karen FrostigKaren Frostig, Kaddish,
12" x 8" x 8"
Shore II, Wendy Sue LammWendy Sue Lamm, Shore II,
36" x 24"
Renewal, Marian YapMarian Yap, Renewal,
Monoprint, 18" x 16"
Crumpled Columns, Margaret ParketMargaret Parket, Crumpled Columns,
45" x 65" x 91"
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The Jewish Women Artists' Network's, (JWAN) 2009 National Juried Exhibition, Like Water on Rock, will be on exhibit at the American Jewish University's Platt and Borstein Galleries from February 22nd through April 5th. The public is invited free of charge to a Meet the Artist reception on Sunday, March 1, 2009 from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm at 15600 Mulholland Drive in Bel Air.

The exhibition includes paintings, sculptures, collages, drawings, photography, videos and installations by artists from across the United States. The title of this exhibit relates the phenomenon of the soft continuous drip of water that eventually erodes a hard rock to personal, familial, communal or global challenge and change. The poetry and image of Like Water on Rock provoke a variety of responses and suggests a relationship between time, the human process, the persistence of change and the many layers of meaning that speak to each artist in her own way.

 


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