Waiting for the Tenth II by Ronit Galazan

The Jewish people are 5000 years old, but does the art have to look that old? I hope not. There will always be themes that carry over, and that’s fine. But how can you bring new images to old ideas? This is one of the concepts I’ve been exploring when creating artwork with a Jewish…

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You haven’t tasted a great challah, until you’ve had mine!! When I’m not painting or taking care of my family, I’m baking challahs! I started baking challahs when my kids were very young because I could not find a store-bought challah that my family would eat. How could I start the Sabbath with an awful…

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I have the privilege of having many of my Judaic art piece displayed at the L’Chaim Spiritual Center in Deerfield, IL. Rabbi David Begoun and his wife Ali, opened The Center in November of 2014. The L’Chaim Center is “a community of Jewish people who are inspired and yearning to grow in their knowledge and…

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