Symbolic of peace and hope for the future, the dove remains a beloved motif in Judaism. With adept silk-screening and layers of vivid color, Beatrice Wool captures the beauty of this docile bird in its natural habitat, admired by humanity. Our perception is represented in the subtle outline of a human face, observing but not interfering with nature.
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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