Waltuch Gallery Exhibits

Located on the second floor of the JCC, the Waltuch Gallery is a community space that exhibits thematically Jewish artwork, or art produced by a Jewish artist. Artists are mostly local, though some exhibits feature artists from around the country and the world. The Waltuch Gallery exhibit and receptions are free and open to the community. All of the work on exhibit is for sale and a portion of the proceeds go to support programming efforts in the JCC.

The Perskie Collection: Reflections on Time and Place
Dynamic Portraits by David & Flora Perskie
Long-time residents of Tenafly, David specializes in realistic oil and acrylic portraits and Flora creates beautiful collages. Their work will be on display the month of September.
Meet the Artists Reception: Tue, Sep 9, 6 pm

Just Over the Bridge
Photography by Genna Singer
Genna, who never goes anywhere without her camera in hand, wanders through the neighborhoods and parks of New York City, capturing all the natural beauty the city has to offer. Her work will be on the month of October.
Meet the Artist Reception: Mon, Oct 6, 6 pm

Visualizing the Essence of the Human Condition
The Masterworks of Jack Goresko: Paintings, Drawings and Illustrations
Jack Goresko’s story is part of a larger narrative about Jews from around the world who have struggled against anti-Semitism. Born in Montreal in 1916, Jack attended the École des Beaux-Arts de Montréal before immigrating to the US. His diverse themes range from landscapes and still-life to emotionally-charged studies that reveal his keen sense human suffering that is profoundly influenced by the Holocaust. The exhibit will be presented as part of the JCC Kristallnacht Commemoration.
Meet-the-Artist Reception: Sun, Nov 2, 1-3 pm