Holocaust Memorial artwork from Linda’s collection
This lonely and abandoned survivor wanders in search of peace and freedom.
Copper and bronze directly sculpted, patina, sealed.
Selected in 2002 by the Smithsonian to represent epics in American history for a two year traveling photo exhibit.
Kenseth Beth Israel, Richmond, VA. Bronze, copper and vitreous enamel – 64″ x 62″ – 1985
This Yad portrays Rachel as she weeps for her children who are no more. The hand sculpted bronze chain is fully articulated.
This undulating hand sculpted bronze barbed wire implores the viewer to heed the lessons of the Holocaust lest they be repeated.
Holocaust Menorah – each of the nine faces represents holocaust survivors and martyrs – behind each face is a candleholder.
Steel, copper bronze & enamel.
This Yahrzeit (memorial lamp) incorporates shards of broken and enameled glass to both memorialize and remind us of the beginning events of the Holocaust.