I am extremely honored to exhibit my work at the Orlando Museum of Art in a Group Exhibition entitled, Sanctuary, a very important Holocaust Memorial Exhibition, curated brilliantly by Coralie Claeysen- Gleyzon. I am humbled to be in the company of internationally recognized artists whose deep and powerful work speaks to our hearts and our souls. The narrative of Sanctuary retains such relevance today as we strive to create respect and safe places for all humankind to live and flourish. As genocide continues all over the world, it is time to rise about hatred and not to turn a blind eye to suffering. I am reminded of the quote by Edmund Burke…The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”

I was very pleased to learn that the very deserving Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center in Central Florida will receive a portion of the proceeds from artwork sold from the exhibit.

I wanted to express my appreciation to Coralie Claeyson-Gleyzon for her vision, heart and beautiful creation and curation of her exhibit, Sanctuary which took over a year to come to fruition. I also want to thank Joe Drivas, Joe Drivas Photography for his incredible technical support with this project and to Jim Hardiman, who created an amazing website during this time. I also want to thank Sean Maple and Renee Maple with Digital Tiger Studios for producing the video installation for my Sanctuary exhibit.

Thanks a million for all of your wonderful help!

Links to the Other Artists

If you wish to learn more about the other talented artists in this show, you can follow these links –  Aithan ShapiraMichael WolfYuval Yairi and Marios Voutsinas .

Links to Articles About this Exhibit

Orlando Sentinel 14 April 2015 – You can read it here.

Orlando Museum of Art – You can read it here.

News 13 article with two holocaust survivors; Abraham Gold and Louis Finkelstein – You can read it here.

Orlando Sentinel Article 17 April 2015 – You can read it here.

Susan