Permanent Collections

Items part of a permanent collection or installation.

Rachel Weeping For Her Children

Rachel Weeping For Her Children

The inspiration for Rachel Weeping for her Children came from verse Jeremiah 31:14: “A voice is heard on high, wailing, bitter weeping, Rachel weeps for her children; she refuses to be consoled for her children, for they are gone”.

Permanent and Private Collections

Public Commissions/Collections

(Selected list)

American Interfaith Institute – Philadelphia, PA
American Jewish Museum – Pittsburg, PA
American Jewish Society for Service – NY, NY
B’nai B’rith International – Washington, DC
B’nai Israel Congregation – Norfolk, VA
Beth Ahabah Museum – Richmond, VA
Beth Sholom Congregation – Teaneck, NJ
Beth-El Congregation – Tyler, TX
Beth Chaverim – Virginia Beach, VA
Congregation Beth Am – Teaneck, NJ
Congregation Beth El – Williamsburg, VA
Congregation Neve  Sholom – Metuchen, NJ
Congregation Beth Sholom – River Edge, NJ
Diocese of Virginia, Sacred Heart Cathedral  - Richmond, VA
Emek Sholom Cemetery – Richmond, VA
Jewish Federation – Detroit MI
Infilco Degremont Corporation – Richmond, VA
Keneseth Beth Israel – Richmond, VA
Newark Museum – Newark, NJ
Northeast Synod United Presbyterian Church USA
Ohef Sholom – Norfolk, VA
Old Dominion University – Norfolk, VA
Prince of Peace Catholic Church – Chesapeake, VA
Rockford Art Museum -Rockford, IL
Rodef Sholom – Waco, TX
Sacred Heart Church – Norfolk, VA
Skirball Museum – Cincinnati, OH
Teaneck Township – Teaneck, NJ
Temple Emanuel – Winston Salem, NC
Temple Emanuel – Livingston, NJ
Temple Israel – Norfolk, VA
Temple Mickve Israel – Savanah, GA
Virginia Home Builders Association – Richmond, VA
The White House – Washington, DC
Women’s American ORT
Zonta International – NJ\ NY

Collections of Public Personalities

Jeannie Baliles
Theodore Bikel
Senator Bill Bradley
President George H. W. Bush
Fred W. Friendly
Althea Gibson
Frances and Sydney Lewis
Edwin Newman
Dr. Albert B. Sabin
Congressman Robert Scott
Attorney General Mary Sue Terry
Dr. Elie Wiesel
Governor L. Douglas Wilder