This series of twenty-nine black and white silver gelatin prints, and one color,includes experimental montage,drawings, handwritten quotes and original writing.
The images are arranged to tell a story. They begin in the old Ghetto of Kazimerz, proceed through the camps to the ashes of those who died in the ovens, and
conclude with a sign of hope for the future - an image of a young girl running across a field at Terezin Concentration Camp.
Reflections Without a Voice is part of the
Florida Holocaust Museum's traveling exhibits. They are available on loan
to museums, historical societies, libraries, art galleries and community
centers across the country.
Detailed pricing can be found at www.flholocaustmuseum.org.