Contemporary Texas Jewish Artists Exhibition

Texas Jewish Arts Association


A new exhibition by the Texas Jewish Arts Association has opened at Dallas Love Field airport in Dallas, Texas. The show will run through December 30. The exhibition features a variety of Jewish artists displaying their talents of paintings and sculptures.—september-2021.html

The Texas Jewish Arts Association Executive Secretary, Kimberly Kort, approached the Dallas Love Field Art Program last Spring in order to provide talented Jewish artists opportunities for their artwork to be seen inside the Dallas Love Field airport. Kort is an acrylic fluid artist and a new board member of the Texas Jewish Arts Association and wanted to help member artists show their work during these difficult pandemic times.

The airport’s Love Field Public Art Program exhibition represents the outstanding contributions of artists from Dallas and beyond. The exhibit enriches the experience of airport visitors and showcases new additions to the City of Dallas Public Art collection. The Contemporary Jewish Arts Exhibition is now on display in glass cases in the corridor heading toward the Baggage Claim area, directly across from the car rental stands.

The exhibition information is available on the Texas Jewish Artists Associations website. Follow the link.—september-2021.html

The Contemporary Texas Jewish Arts Exhibition includes artwork by many Texas Jewish Arts Association members, in many different styles of wall-hanging artwork and sculpture. Attached is Edith Torres, “Be Reborn”, acrylic on canvas and Nan Phillips, Eitz Chaim -Tree of Life, fused glass.

Stephanie Held, with an artistic style ranging from realistic imagery to vibrant abstraction, displays “Fleur”- “The emergence of spring inspired me to illustrate the beauty of the blooms which represent a new day and renewed hope.”

Marcia Wallenstein, educated in fine art at North Texas State University, displays a painting combination of splatter paint and pointillism to create a sunlit setting of a backyard garden. “Light to a garden is like joy in life… fleeting but spectacular.”

Roseline Bodiford displays a bronze sculpture created with much grace and style called “The Dancer”.

Please visit the Texas Jewish Artists Association website for more information about all the exhibiting artists. All artwork in this exhibition is available for purchase.

Contact information:

Kimberly Kort

Texas Jewish Arts Association

Chair of Contemporary Texas Jewish Artists Exhibition at Dallas Love Field

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