Two artists have come together to create a harmonious show reflecting on places in the Torah and the Bible. Susan Armington created the mixed media pieces that blend well with the images of Sylvia Horwitz.
"We met in this Jewish artist's lab, which is really a unique experience where we study text from the Bible or the Torah and talk about them in contemporary life in our own ways," said Armington.
"We've known each other, this is our third year in this program. Independent of that, someone mentioned you should really look at your work together it relates," said Horwitz.
Horwitz spent four years capturing images of daily life in old Jerusalem, but it was in the desert that she found something more. When Horwitz brought her work together with Armington's, the artists saw many similarities.
Sand and Stones remains on display at the Robbin Gallery through Sunday. Admission is free. For gallery times: www.robbingallery.org
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