News

"Mi Khamokha" to be in a juried show in Canada!

I'm excited to announce that my print "Mi Khamokha" was in a juried international art show (and was purchased) at the Windsor Jewish Federation and Community Centre in Ontario, Canada from 11/12-26! A little more about the show here: http://waterwjcc.com/

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Framed prints now available!

I’m thrilled to be partnering with SimplyFramed, who will provide high-quality custom framing by hand for all Goren Judaica prints. SimplyFramed offers gallery-quality frames at truly reasonable prices, and the best part: the framed print is shipped directly your doorstep. Just select a frame style from the drop-down menu when ordering. Frames are available in White, Natural, and Antique Gold, and every product page includes a small image of the print in each frame. More information on the F.A.Q. page. (You can of course still order matted-only prints, too.)

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"Barking Dog" exhibited at the JCC of Chattanooga, TN

 I'm excited to announce that my print, "Barking Dog", is part of the "Bark" exhibit at the Chattanooga, TN, JCC, running through Oct. 23. (There it is at the lower left of this newspaper article.) More photos of the exhibit are on the JCC's Facebook page.

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Rosh Hashanah cards 5776!

The High Holy Days will be here in less than month, hard to believe. I'm starting to get ready... and am happy to announce that I now have Rosh Hashanah cards available for pre-order! They're based on the colorful sounds and sweet, powerful message of the shofar. Please read more here.

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I'm the featured artist for the WRJ 5775 Calendar!

I'm very happy and honored to announce that I'm this year's featured artist for the 5775/2014-2015 Women of Reform Judaism Art Calendar! It's available for purchase at the Women of Reform Judaism website (all proceeds go to WRJ). This spiral-bound desk calendar has been printed annually for over 100 years, each year including a bio, photo, and 5-6 pieces with commentary from an individual artist. (Cover at left, featuring "Tzedek, Tzedek / Justice, Justice".)

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