Charcoal and pastel on paper
13.5 x 20 inches
Rehs Contemporary Galleries, Inc., New York City
Love and Romance, the human species has always thrived on it. Throughout the history of the sexes, the world has turned to words and pictures of love, and through them their love has been immortalized. Many stories, both personal and fictional, have been told under the same banner but with different names… but love and memories are the common denominator. My parents’ love story began in 1925 and took them through a war, adoption, births, and deaths but always with an abundance of love. Memories, some tragic, most very happy and long lasting, are represented here in these objects of past but everlasting love.