The traveling art exhibit will include a large sculptured wall relief and bronze figure called, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” as well as a large sculpture entitled “The Butterfly” - A Child in the Crematorium, based on the book named ‘I never saw another butterfly’.

    1. Alternatively - The Fountain of Tears “A Dialog of Suffering Between the Holocaust and the Crucifixion”  Seven sculptured relief panels reflecting the last seven utterances from the crucifixion . . . Seven life size bronze figures symbolizing the response and reflection of the Holocaust survivor . . . Six pillars of stone for a memorial to the six million perished. The Fountain of Tears is based on the verses of Jeremiah, “Oh Lord that my head were a spring of water and my eyes a fountain of tears that I would weep day and night for the lost of my people.”  This was a cry and prayer from Jeremiah, and it is also the artist’s prayer that the Lord God would remember the six million and pay back all that was taken from this people as a result of the Holocaust.

How do you experience the SculptURed Dialogue of Suffering?

  1. Description of the intended experience - self reflection, education, etc.

  2. App/bible study

  3. Materials available

 detail coming soon!

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We look forward to seeing you in 2020!