Joel Schechter: An Artist’s View of the World

Joel Schechter: An Artist’s View of the World

The USC Hillel Art Gallery is proud to announce the exhibit “An Artist’s View of the World” featuring the work of Joel Schechter. The exhibit will be on display September 10 – December 3, 2017. An artist’s reception will take place at the USC Hillel Art Gallery on Sunday, September 10, from 4:00 – 6:00 PM. All are welcome to attend.

An Artist’s View of the World will feature select colorful and abstract drawings from Joel Schechter’s bristol ink ‘Synagogue and Cathedrals’ series. This religious and architectural series depicts the dramatic soaring arches, beautiful windows, and mysterious shadows of synagogues and cathedrals around the world. In Dr. Schechter’s Buttered Toast ink series, Dr. Schechter expresses a world of violence and scary creatures whose darkness is interrupted by islands of tranquility. This series poses the questions, ‘How does each of us manage to live in a world filled with such chaos and madness?’ and ‘How does one achieve a sense of balance and tranquility?’

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January 24, 2015- March 27, 2015 at the USC Hillel Art Gallery 3300 Hoover St. Los Angeles 90007 Parking available at Hebrew Union College 3077 University Ave.

Closing Reception: Wednesday, March 25, 2015 Artist Talk at 4pm with reception to follow All are welcome. Please RSVP to gallery@uschilllel.org or call 213-973-1204

Generously sponsored by Shulamit, USC Hillel and the Conney Conference.

Born in 1959 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA, Andi Arnovitz now lives and works in Jerusalem, Israel. She creates installations, artists books, prints and large scale paper pieces from a Read More

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USC Hillel Art Gallery invites you to the Spring Student Exhibition “What Is Freedom” honoring Dean Varun Soni.

Reception begins at 5pm with dinner to follow immediately.

RSVP to Alison@USCHillel.org or 213-973-1204 by April 20th

Exhibition Dates: April 1-May 1, 2015

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