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.
Letter to our Children
Photographs by Debbie Teicholz Guedalia on display April 1st through April 28th
Letter to our Children is a book by Debbie Teicholz Guedalia, which contains her poetic text and photographs of her journey to Poland in 2010. On display is the book, the original framed single images from the book, and additional images from the trip. She went on the journey because her children would be following the same itinerary on their high school senior trips, and she wanted to experience these places through the eyes of their educators. What she found was the underlining current of the past, in the present land and people of Poland. The photographs were taken both with a single lens reflex camera and a digital camera. They are printed digitally, as limited archival editions. She uses the triptych format to convey the passage of time and movement. Debbie Teicholz Guedalia has been creating photographic portfolios about the importance of preserving and remembering the Holocaust for over thirty years. She has exhibited internationally, and has photographs in the permanent collection of : The HUC Museum, NYC.; The Skirball Museum, LA.; The Tweed Museum of Art, MN.; The Florida Holocaust Museum, FLA.; and the Yad Vashem Museum, Israel.
Please visit her website at: DebbieTeicholz.com
Join us for an Artist Reception on Thursday, April 3rd from 6:30-8:30pm
Through My Lens
Photographs by Linda Weiss Baruch on display May 1st through May 27th
Artist Linda Baruch has been interested in Photography since she was a child. Her work can be described as Holistic Photography. The philosophy behind Holistic work is that photographs need both craft/technique and art/vision to be successful. Photographs should record what the eye sees and so much more!
Linda finds photography an outlet for artistic expression, as well as a constant challenge. She is particularly interested in photographing wild life and indigenous people of Africa and Asia. Linda also likes roaming the streets of New York with a camera in hand. She has studied photography at The New School, NYU, and The New York Institute of Photography. Her work has been accepted to a number of juried shows and has won awards at several venues. Some of Linda’s pieces can be found in art collections and in the Jewish Home Assisted Living in Rivervale, New Jersey.
Join us for an Artist Reception on Thursday, May 6th from 6:30-8:30pm
Photographs by Joe Corrado
Picture Perfect is a collection of high-resolution photographs captured within and around New York City and beyond. The collection includes images of iconic New York City landmarks and neighborhoods as well as stunning landscape and nature photography.
Mr. Corrado was born in the Bronx, New York. He is a registered Professional Engineer and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Engineering and a Masters of Science degree in Civil Engineering. Mr. Corrado has been taking photographs for almost 40 years. His photographs have won awards from the UJA Partnership, Demarest Nature Center, Bergen Record and Unified Color, Inc.
Mr. Corrado’s photographic style and techniques produce unique, one-of-a-kind images with interesting compositions and beautiful colors. Mr. Corrado and his family have been residents of Closter since 1999.
Additional photographs from his collection can be viewed on his website at www.wix.com/jcorradophoto/jcp1 or on his Facebook Page at "Joe Corrado Photography".
Join us for an Artist Reception on Monday, June 2nd from 6:00-8:00pm
Artists interested in exhibiting may submit an artist statement along with a brief bio, the title and theme of your potential show, and 3 or 4 high resolution images of your work. Please submit via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please call Jessica Spiegel at 201-408-1426 with questions.