‘Symbolism’ Showcases Jewish Art at South Florida Catholic University

By Sergio Carmona

Artist Robert M. Swedroe's work "Emounah (rules to live by)" can be viewed at the "Symbolism" exhibition at St. Thomas University. (Courtesy)
An exhibition showcasing an artist’s Jewish collages is on display at a South Florida Catholic university’s museum. “Symbolism,” which features eight of artist and architect Robert M. Swedroe’s artworks, can be viewed at St. Thomas University’s Archbishop John C. Favalora Archive & Museum, 16401 N.W. 37th Ave. in Miami Gardens, through Jan. 22, 2021. Among the objects and symbols featured in Swedroe’s colorful collages include the Ten Commandments, a blue Star of David, a menorah and more. Swedroe, who lives in Surfside, said the whole exhibition is about Jewish symbolism. He mentioned that he worked on a lot of religious art 47 years ago, when he created most of the exhibition’s collages. [More]