Guild Members’ work on view at the ROM

Arlette and JuanaJuana Sleizer and Arlette Shulman have work on view at the ROM for the museum’s centennial year. The opening ceremony and party were on March 19th, and members can continue to see the work when visiting the ROM until March 29, 2015. The exhibit is located in the Canada Court Level 1.

 

Oracle boneJuana’s work, Oracle Bone is a small format tapestry reproducing an ancient artifact. Arlette’s work is an interpretation of an arrowhead, reputed to be the oldest in the ROM collection.arrowhead

For more information, as well as great pictures and stories about all of the 78 submissions, see ROM100. Click each picture to reveal the artist and artist’s statement.

Congratulations Juana and Arlette on your participation in this exciting, celebratory exhibit!

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Since 1982 the Pomegranate Guild of Judaic Textiles has brought together people who are interested in studying and creating textile art and needlework based on Jewish themes. We welcome people of all ages and skill levels, from professional artist to novice stitcher. Anyone with a desire to learn new techniques and/or anyone with an interest in Judaic textiles is asked to participate.

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