Tag Archives: Visual Art

Marta Blair: ‘Layered Fragments of Time and Material,’ Exhibition at Hebrew Tabernacle

The Hebrew Tabernacle’s Armin and Estelle Gold Wing’s September-October 2019 exhibit features the paintings of Marta Blair, a Medellin, Columbia born artist who layers fragments of time and material collage together as life itself, with the complexity of unpredictable events, but also with the intentional and somehow contained fluidity that ultimately shapes our lives.

Marta Blair: ‘Layered Fragments of Time and Material,’ Exhibition at Hebrew Tabernacle

The Hebrew Tabernacle’s Armin and Estelle Gold Wing’s September-October 2019 exhibit features the paintings of Marta Blair, a Medellin, Columbia born artist who layers fragments of time and material collage together as life itself, with the complexity of unpredictable events, but also with the intentional and somehow contained fluidity that ultimately shapes our lives.

Sukkahwood 2019 at Inwood Hill Park

Sukkahwood challenges artists from all walks of life to produce temporary art installations in the form of a Sukkah, a structure used during the Jewish holiday of Sukkot. Along with the Sukkah art, there will be a festive community atmosphere with free programs for children, entertainers, music, and treats available for purchase.

Marta Blair: ‘Layered Fragments of Time and Material,’ Exhibition at Hebrew Tabernacle

The Hebrew Tabernacle’s Armin and Estelle Gold Wing’s September-October 2019 exhibit features the paintings of Marta Blair, a Medellin, Columbia born artist who layers fragments of time and material collage together as life itself, with the complexity of unpredictable events, but also with the intentional and somehow contained fluidity that ultimately shapes our lives.

Marta Blair: ‘Layered Fragments of Time and Material,’ Exhibition at Hebrew Tabernacle

The Hebrew Tabernacle’s Armin and Estelle Gold Wing’s September-October 2019 exhibit features the paintings of Marta Blair, a Medellin, Columbia born artist who layers fragments of time and material collage together as life itself, with the complexity of unpredictable events, but also with the intentional and somehow contained fluidity that ultimately shapes our lives.