The Souls of Six Million

The Souls of Six Million

$150.00Price

The Souls of Six Million  Spray Paint & Acrylic on Canvas 2015

32*40" Original Painting              Art Prints available S/M/L 

 

The Holocaust lives within every Jew.  Many of us visualize it in the black and white films chronicled by the Germans throughout the process of dehumanizing and exterminating the Jewish People. Seeing the experiences in black and white served to separate me from the horrors of the Holocaust. Without color I could keep the pain of the Holocaust at bay. what the Jews experienced was in the full color range of tragedy, and I needed to portray that.

 

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    Fine Art Canvas Prints*

    S       16x24  inch              $150

    M       20x28  inch             $250

    L        28x40  inch             $325

     

    Original Painting            $5,000

     

    *All print sizes are approximated and depend on the exact proportions of the picture   

     

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  • Holocaust

    The Holocaust lives within every Jew. Many of us visualize it in the black and white of the films chronicled by the Germans throughout the process of dehumanizing and extermination the Jewish People.  To me, seeing the experiences in black and white served to separate myself, living in a technicolor world, from the horrors of the holocaust. For me, color is emotions, so without color I could keep the pain of the holocaust at a distance.

     

    During the years, I have driven through European cities and countryside in which the Jewish victims lived and died. In the comfort of my air-conditioned car, surrounded by my oved ones, it hit me that less than a century ago it could have been us. In the beautiful fields and forest, the elegant cities, the heat of summer and the cold of winter that for the Jews, what they experienced was in the full color range of tragedy.

     

    The art is not a story, it is an emotional portrayal of the loss, pain and prayer as I envision it.