Posted by on Jun 10, 2011 in Donor Recognition Art, News, Public Art, Visual Art | 0 comments

Secondary Donor Wall, Abramson Center

The connection to tradition in this series of very clean and contemporary wall plaques is the use of imagery and a visual style that hearkens back to heritage.   The seven species, of course, is a recognizable image from Torah, and the use of a style reminiscent of Eastern European papercutting carries the tradition, unbroken into the present.

How amazing it is that we live in a time when laser cutters can produce long-lasting and low maintenance public art that connects us directly to generations of Jewish artists who came before us?

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