Art of subtraction

Painter Sam Griffin displays an authentic view of the hassidic world.

By ARIEL DOMINIQUE HENDELMAN
June 1, 2017 20:41
Sam Griffin

Artist Sam Griffin at work. (photo credit: SAM GRIFFIN)

 
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British-born artist Sam Griffin discovered two loves of his life simultaneously in high school. The third, his wife Rachel, would come years later. Griffin always loved to draw and came from an artistic background. His father was an established cartoonist for several newspapers.

Thus Griffin grew up around art books and pencils scattered all over the place.

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