Near-death experience inspires artist’s Golem taleBy Fiona Leckerman
Jewish News UK
March 11, 2014
Ash Fitzgerald is one of two British-Jewish artists selected to exhibit their work at Faith and Form, currently showing at the Anne Frank Centre in New York.
The 49-year-old from East Dulwich and Leeds-based artist Gillian Singer, who are both members of the Jewish Art Salon, created pieces which reflect the themes of anti-Semitism, racism and discrimination.
Fitzgerald’s work, Passing Through (A Golems Journey), reflects the idea of the wandering Jew and was inspired by a near-death experience.
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