There will be an reception at 8 p.m. Thursday, May 19. There will be a gallery talk at Noon, Friday June 17.
This exhibition isn't about a physical beacon rather the artist's conceptual light which she casts on the often murky and obscured world of history and current events. The work is mixed media using carving, printing and painting to create these striking pieces.
The artist lives and works in Herzliya, Israel. She has a MA in Arts from Leeds University and also studied at Wizo College of Design in Israel.