Then, Now, & Looking Forward: Lorraine Fink Retrospective extended through November

October 8, 2021

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Leon Family Gallery, Sandler Family Campus

Tribes, Tribesmen, For the Young at Heart. Silkscreens, collages, photographs, sculptures, and more than 100 ink and watercolor drawings. Dancers, musicians, masked forms, and women morphing into birds.

Contemporary artist Lorraine Fink constantly seeks to learn, translating the detail and nuance of all she sees, reads, and experiences into the imaginative canvases, works on paper, photographs, and sculptures.

Now in her 10th decade, Fink creates works that bear witness to a life rich in experiences of discovery, joy, celebration, and at times memories of sadness. Three-dimensional works address memories, watercolors express the creation of the world, wingless birds lament individual limitations, humans morph into animals that dance, and discarded objects breathe new life.

Fink’s creativity knows no bounds.

View and purchase Fink’s works through November, 2021 at the Leon Family Gallery and throughout the Simon Family JCC at the Reba and Sam Sandler Family Campus of the Tidewater Jewish Community, 5000 Corporate Woods Drive, Virginia Beach, Virginia. To learn more, contact Jill Grossman, Arts + Ideas director at JGrossman@ujft.org, 757-965-6137, or visit www.JewishVA.org/gallery.

-Jill Grossman
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