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April 11, 2014 - Emily Dimov-Gottshall
Ms. Wohl writes about her art piece: This piece is actually inspired by my own family (four flowers for me, my husband, and our two sons). the dove holds an olive branch for peace. the home is our base and the tree has deep roots of tradition and branches that help you reach up and out. The pathway is not straight, but will get you where you need to go. the clouds are filled with musical notes, and the words in the grass are Live Love Laugh. At the bottom you can also find a key.
about Julie Wohl: I am an artist and educator. I moved to Altoona three years ago. My husband is the Rabbi at Agudath Achim Congregation in Altoona. I have illustrated two books for Jewish audiences, as well as two CD covers. My work has been featured in galleries and private collections as well as in magazines and websites. I sell my work online, in galleries and bookstores, and have work available at 321 Gallery in Hollidaysburg.
Julie Wohl www.juliewohlfineartandjudaica.com