Deutser Art Gallery
The Deutser Art Gallery is a non-profit exhibition and education space created to promote awareness, appreciation and interest in visual arts, reflecting the diversity of the Jewish people.
Don’t Give Me the Eye!
Art and Photography by Anat Ronen and Talya Arbisser
Feb 23–Apr 17
Dybbuks, golems and evil eyes have appeared throughout Jewish literature, art and film for hundreds of years. Artist Anat Ronen and photographer Talya Arbisser team up to offer a contemporary look at these age-old symbols.
Birds of Longing: Exile and Memory
Works by Fiber Artist Laurie Wohl
Apr 21–June 2
Sunday, Apr 23 | 3:00 PM
Meet the Artist Opening Reception
Internationally known for her unique Unweavings®, liturgical projects, and interfaith message Wohl’s new work interweaves Muslim, Jewish, and Christian poetry and spiritual texts from the period of the Convivencia in Spain (8th -15th centuries) and from contemporary Middle Eastern poets, particularly Palestinian and Israeli.
Monday–Thursday | 10:00 AM–10:00 PM
Friday & Sunday | 9:00 AM–5:00 PM
For more information about the Deutser Art Gallery, please contact Marilyn Hassid at firstname.lastname@example.org at 713.595.8162.