VIRTUAL ART SALE OF DAVE FOX'S WORK
Benefiting Camp Hess Kramer and Gindling Hilltop Camp Scholarship Fund
Join us on Zoom on May 11th at 7pm to open the art sale.
Enjoy some stories about Dave Fox's life and work from his daughter, Rabbi Karen Fox, and find your favorite piece.
I am a painter of stories, not of words but of paint, ink and clay. My stories reflect what I see every day.
We’re looking forward to an online art sale of Dave Fox’s work.
Dave Fox z’l was a Vienna born ‘mid-century modern’ artist who was forced to leave due to the Nazi annexation of Austria and settled in California where he began to articulate the subjects and media that would define him and identify him as an accomplished artist. He used drawing, painting, ceramics and printmaking to focus on landscapes and people with an interest in Jewish subjects and themes that reflected on his Jewish upbringing. He is also Rabbi Karen Fox’s father.
The sale of 55 of his lithographs and / or seriagraphs will benefit Wilshire Boulevard Temple Camps’ Scholarship fund.
To learn more about Dave Fox z’l , please visit his website www.davefoxartist1920.com
For more information about the art sale please contact Erica Feinman at firstname.lastname@example.org
My work includes ever changing landscapes that I remember from my youth in Vienna and the ones I've been exploring in California since I arrived here as a survivor refugee. If my artwork makes you stop for a second to look, think, and walk on with a smile on your face that would be enough. I hope you look closer and enter my world as it played out in California, oceans away from my beginnings in Vienna to the persons unnamed who helped along the journey from Augarten to Los Angeles. Thanks, shalom, peace. - Dave Fox.