Olitsky Art Gallery - Current Installation Details


The Quilts of Naomi Sussman z'l: December 14, 2018 - January 9, 2019

The Olitsky Gallery is thrilled to present an exciting quilt display of  longtime Beth Or congregant, Naomi Sussman z'l. Naomi sadly passed away in 2018 at age 63. Her husband Marc and her children Sam and Rachel put together this exhibit in her honor.

Her vivacious spirit and upbeat personality touched all who knew her. In 2003, Naomi started designing quilts. She spent countless hours planning and creating beautiful and colorful quilts that express her quirky love of color and her creative talent. 

Naomi earned from Salus University a Masters in Low Vision Rehabilitation and a certificate in Orientation and Mobility that is focused on assisting the blind. Proceeds from the exhibit will support the Salus University scholarship fund to support students of Low Vision Rehabilitation.

For information, contact Karen Liebman at 267-975-7555.

Artists Cultural Exchange (ACX): January 11 - February 6, 2019

ACX began in the early 1980s as a small group of artists meeting on the campus of Tyler School of Art. Membership now includes 50 regional artists working in various media - painting, sculpture, photography, ceramics, jewelry making, etc. ACX provides an opportunity for artists to network with one another and also sponsors lectures, discussion panels, portfolio presentations, and jiried exhibitions.

ACX artwork has been exhibited in galleries throughout the region. 

For information, contact Karen Liebman at 267-975-7555.

The Artwork of our Religious Schoo9l 6th Grade Students: February 2019

Our 6th grade students have been studying the meaning of prayers and the're learning about different ways artists have presented their thoughts about prayer. The students have learned about color, symbols, layout, and other artistic ideas, and have identified a prayer that has special significance for them. Then using writing, drawing, collage, photography, found-art, or other techniques, students have createdmeaningful expressions of their own connections to prayer, complete with a written explanation for why they made the choices that they did.