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TIKKUN OLAM: A Restoration Project
Artists Respond to Earth’s Crises Past & Present

Presented by Alta Contemporary Art, Tupac AZ in alliance with Industria Studios in Tuscon
TIKKUN OLAM Collaborative Grid Presentation
The Jewish Community Center,
Tucson AZ


Title: Divine Dahlias
Dimensions: 12 inches x12 inches,
Year Completed: 2011
Medium: Hot Press 100% Fiber Cotton Fine Art Paper with Archival Pigmented Inks,  Edition: 10

Divine Dahlias

Divine dahlias

Reflections on earth’s crises past & present:
It was late afternoon on a summer day when I saw these flowers at a farmer’s market in Orient, NY. The spectacular lushness and passionate vermillion color of the Dahlias represented a visual reminder that beauty in nature is a reflection of the divine. Yet red can be associated with the color of blood and burning fire, and it is also a symbol of guilt, pain and anger. As an international photojournalist I have worked in war zones, and after the 2004 Asian tsunami taught digital photography to children in Banda Aceh, Indonesia and Southern Thailand. I have seen massive natural destruction and the scarring results of war on populations. When I look at these stunning flowers bursting with life that were grown only to be cut down and grace our homes with their beauty, I am reminded to say thank you. I pray that people will appreciate, nurture and respect our earth’s bounty and all its inhabitants.


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