Topographies of Loss and Longing 2017-Ongoing

This developing body of work consists of large-scale watercolor on paper paintings and suspended cut paper installations. Inspired by my memories of my grandmother’s stories as a Holocaust survivor and refugee, this work examines the weight of absence, the fragility of memory, and the continuing bond that shapes identity through loss and longing.

Read critical essay by Joanna Inglot here.

Read review of Rochester Art Center exhibit here.