Enduring impression?

Although the theme is ephemera, it is hoped that the exhibition will have a lasting impact.

By SHAINA OPPENHEIMER
May 27, 2016 23:51
1 minute read.
Art by Sandra Gruber

The temporality of human existence: Graphite pencil drawing by Sandra Gruber. (photo credit: DVORA GOLDBERGER)

 
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The word “ephemera” originates from ancient Greek, meaning “short-lived.” Today (May 27), the “Ephemera” exhibition opens at Beit Shmuel, showcasing the works of 14 artists networked through Sasha Okun, an Israeli painter who immigrated from the USSR.

The exhibition’s body of work alludes to various aspects of life with temporary connotations, with an array of art varying in color, size, theme and technique.

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