First Letters

First Letters June 1945 Plaster 15" x 16" x 18" A photo of a child found in the Belsen concentration camp that appeared in the New York Times on June 25, 1945 moved my mother to create the piece she called “First Letters”. Because of the timing - less than two months after Germany surrendered - it may be the first sculpture inspired by the tragedy of the Holocaust. Packer Collegiate Institute in Brooklyn, my mother’s alma mater, acquired a bronze version for their library in 2003.

Refugees - Blackout

Refugees - Blackout 1939 Napoleon Marble 24" x 22" x 9"

Refugees / Blackout

Refugees / Blackout 1939 Napoleon Marble 24" x 22" x 9"

Cranes

Cranes Philippine Mahogany 1985 - 90 24 1/2" x 21" x 1"

York Competition

York Competition Plaster 12" High

Air Raid

Air Raid (front) 1942 French Stone 29" x 18" x 6"

Air Raid

Air Raid (back) 1942 French Stone 29" x 18" x 6"

Air Raid Rockefeller Center

Air Raid Rockefeller Center French Stone 29" x 18" x 6"

Prelude

Prelude Plaster 36" x 18" x 15"