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Tel Aviv AACI Art Members’ Collection
March 17-8:30 am
An event every week that begins at 8:30 am on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, repeating until May 5, 2020
Tel Aviv AACI Art Members’ Collection:
From 1 March to 28 June
We are delighted to host an exhibition from AACI Tel Aviv art group members.
Ruth Lenk began teaching at the AACI in Tel Aviv in March 2019 , but due to space and time requirements moved to a private residence. The group has focused on learning the intricate nuances of form, color and composition in the creation of their work.
Our thanks to Ruth for facilitating this exhibition.
Contributing members are:
Harry Bork made Aliyah from Brooklyn, New York in 1976. He is a retired mechanical engineer. Harry served in the IAF as an engineer and, after being discharged, worked at a number of defense-related companies. He was always interested in art but never really studied it in an organized way. Several months ago, he joined an art class with Ruth Lenk to do so. The pieces exhibited are from that class.
Sandy Brodsky Ehrenkranz was born and lived most of her adult life in the greater New York and Connecticut area. She made Aliya in 2010. Sandy was a physiotherapist, but has always enjoyed arts and crafts projects, for herself, her children and to benefit community projects. Her current interest is in pencil drawing, with an occasional sidestep into other art forms.
Henrietta Wolffe-David made Aliyah from Cape Town, South Africa. She managed the Tel Aviv office of the IWS (International Wool Secretariat) from 1987-1991 and from 1994-2011 she trained teachers in Europe and overseas for THDM of teaching English. Henrietta only drew stick figures until a good friend and artist taught her that even someone who thinks she can’t CAN! She has dabbled in art more for the enjoyment of the process than the results for the past 14 years.
Bertram Marc Katz was born in Queens, New York. He studied Geology in Washington D.C. and then made Aliyah in 1990. Bert was a guest curator at the Israel Museum’s Numismatic department for the Sidney Olson collection of historical securities including lithographs from the Bezalel school in 1997. He was a translator and editor of the “infinity collection” catalog exhibited at the Ramat Gan School of Art 2016.
Lyndsay Levy hails from Northern Ireland and spent time in Australia and the U.S. before settling in Israel. She lives in Ramat Gan with husband Amit, two daughters, a cat and a dog. Lyndsay has always enjoyed arts and crafts but only recently made the time to take art class. She especially enjoys painting with watercolors and looks forward to exploring new mediums and materials. Aside from art Lyndsay enjoys cooking and Pilates, but not at the same time.
Gita Kaufman Stern was born and grew up in Cape Town, South Africa where she studied Computer Science and worked as a computer programmer. In 1979, she immigrated to Israel and continued working in the Information Technology field. She is a qualified Microsoft Office Specialist Master and has a degree in Psychology and General Education. Gita has always loved arts and crafts but only started painting and drawing fairly recently. She is currently working with watercolors, pastels and charcoal, but hopes to splash out with acrylics and oil paint in the near future.