Saturday, October 22, 2016

Works by Shoshannah Brombacher Now at Brooklyn Jewish Gallery at CKI

At the left side King David plays the harp over the Beth haMik- dash, the Temple built by his son Shlomo. In the lower half Yaakov, the father of the 12 Tribes, sleeps at Bethel and sees angels climbing up and down in a line leading straight to a big menorah with the words ami yisrael, My People, Israel.
NEW YORK---The Brooklyn Jewish Gallery at CKI presents "Works by Shoshannah Brombacher," opening October 22 with a sale to benefit Congregation Kol Isreal. Brombacher is an artist, author and storyteller. Her favorite medium is oil, pastel, crayons and/or ink, and her subjects are mainly Jewish life, holidays and (Chassidic) tales, classical music, travel impressions (cities, like Prague) and illustrating poetry and stories in several languages. The Brooklyn Jewish Art Gallery at CKI is a not for profit that seeks to give a showcase for Jewish Impressionist Artists. Congregation Kol Israel was built in 1924 and is a historic landmark designated by the New York Landmarks Conservancy.