Friday, May 4, 2018

Darius Gilmont of Israel and other guild members in Atlanta's "A Journey through Time"

Detail of "Parshat Nitzavin," (2013-2016) by illustrator Darius Gilmont of Israel, a colorful giclée print portrait of the Jewish people from the Book of Deuteronomy.
The international exhibition, "A Journey through Time: Works of the American Guild of Judaic Art" runs through May 10 at The Katz Family Mainstreet Gallery. The exhibition, features the works of 28 artists and includes paintings, weavings, quilts, sculpture, jewelry and photography. The American Guild of Judaic Art (AGJA) is an international not-for-profit membership organization for those with interests in the Judaic arts and dedicated to the promotion of Jewish art and culture in society. Its membership includes Jewish artists, galleries, museum curators, collectors, retailers of Judaica, writers, educators in the field of Jewish studies and art history, and others professionally involved in the field.