The Work of Israeli Artist Dorit Gur will be on exhibit in November at the Rabinowitz Gallery at the Joseph Slifka Center for Jewish Life at Yale University, 80 Wall St., New Haven.
Exhibit Opening with the artist
Thursday, November 5
5 – 7 p.m.: Artist’s Reception
7- 8 p.m.: Memorial service honoring Prime Minister Yitzchak Rabin z”l
8 – 9 p.m.; Artist’s Reception continues
Israeli artist Dorit Gur’s modern Judaic art is characterized by strong colors, and combines the techniques of acrylic painting and free hand lettering. Strongly influenced by biblical themes, her work centers on Kabbalistic topics: the 72 names of God, the Tree of Life, Creation, and Beginning.
Her world renowned “Bereshit” paintings depict the creation of the world and convey her yearning to experience the harmony that existed in the beginning. Gur’s work has been shown in many single artist exhibitions in Israel, and her paintings are owned by collectors throughout the world. She owns her own gallery in Tel Aviv.
For more information contact Dan Koppel, (203) 803-9466
For more informationon Dorit Gur visit www.DoritGurUSA.com