Beatrice Wool's screen-printing skills shine in this detailed print depicting the traditions of Sukkot. From shaking the lulav (palm branch) to the ancient tradition of aliyah regel, (making a pilgramage to the Temple in Jerusalem in ancient times), all the key elements are present. Best of all, all the participants shown are women!
For many years, Boston-based artist Beatrice Wool balanced family life with honing her artistic skills. She ultimately found her favorite medium in silk screening. Her Judaica-oriented artwork frequently depicts Biblical stories and personalities, scenes in the Holy Land, and the Jewish holidays. Though Wool passed on in 2012, she lives on in her art.
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