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THE LADIES ROOM
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   - 100% PURE HEROINE
   - STRONG & SEXY
   - CHANGED LANDSCAPES

THE PERSONAL IS POLITICAL

LIGHT DRAWINGS

WHITE LACE

DIVINE LIGHT
   - Jewish Women of the Bible
   - The Tefillin Project
   - Two Generations X Seven
       Emotions
   - Shabbat Prayers
   - songs of the land
   - Garments-of-Light
   - embodied light
    - divine dahlias
   - DANCE TO THE MUSIC
   - wrestling with leviticus 18:22
   - Hallelujah

BET HAYYIM

URBAN ARCHEOLOGY & MODERN RUINS

THE WORLD OF DOLLS

 

EXHIBITIONS

Living in Joy 
National Jewish Retreat
Hilton Hotel , Alexandria VA
August 8-11, 2013


Sabbath Angel 
Photography by Trix Rosen
Neon Light Drawing by Trix Rosen and Joanmarie Kalter

Drawing Light Towards Her Soul
Photography by Trix Rosen
Light Drawing by Trix Rosen and Gretta Goldenman

Private Prayers No. 1 and No.2
Photography by Trix Rosen
Neon Light Drawing by Trix Rosen and Michael Sullivan

       
Sabbath Angel, Neon light drawing Drawing Light Towards Her Soul Privaate Prayers No. 1 Privaate Prayers No. 2
 
Songs of the Land

Shabbat Prayers

Shabbos is a time to dispel the darkness and bring spirituality and radiance into our lives.

When I was a child at a Hebrew summer camp upstate NY, we dressed as Sabbath Angels and walked single-file into the dining hall carrying lit candles before our Friday evening meal. ‘Sabbath Angel’ presents a personal memory from my childhood and the experience of being enveloped in the welcoming light of Shabbos.  It depicts moving from darkness to the light.

‘Drawing the Light Into Her Soul’ and ‘Private Prayers’  are images that reveal what is both seen and unseen during the recitation of the Shabbos blessing over the candles and before looking towards the light. Circling the hands over the flames and bringing them to the eyes signifies drawing holiness into the home.
Each of the multiple elements in these ‘light drawings’ are photographed during a single exposure. I draw with light using a variety of sources, including hand-blown colored glass neon tubes, LED and fluorescent lights and electronic flash. Each light source is composited for its unique color, shape, pattern, wave form and line into an ephemeral space that exists only during its exposure and where it becomes part of a timeless, fluid and visionary reality.


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