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March 28, 1975 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-03-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

26 Friday, March 28, 1975

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An Israeli Artist Opens
Exhibition in New York

BY YITZHAK RABI

(Copyright 1975, JTA, Inc.)

For the past 15 years Is-
raeli artist Esther Eliashiv
has been living outside Is-
rael. But in her first exhibi-
tion in the U.S., scheduled
to open in New York next
month, the major theme is
Jerusalem.
"Jerusalem for me is not
only a place to live in," Mrs.
Eliashiv says, "Jerusalem is
something that one carries
inside himself, a city to be
belonged to and think about
. . . In my painting I have
my personal interpretation
of Jerusalem, the way I see
it and feel it."
Mrs. Eliashiv, a third gen-
eration sabra, is married to
an Israeli diplomat at the
United Nations. Because of
his career she has worked
and had exhibitions in
Rome, Canberra, Mel-
bourne, Singapore and Jeru-
salem.

Although she takes care
of three sons (6, 13, 15),
and fulfills duties in rela-
tion to her husband's posi-
tion, Esther paints and
draws five to six hours a
day.
"The children are mar-
velous," she says smiling.
"When they see me busy

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Israel, her husband, is
very encouraging. "He likes
my paintings and they are
important to him,". she says,
adding, "In a way, staying
home and painting is better
than sitting in cafes and
gossiping; isn't it?"
It appears that her hus-
band is not the only one who
likes her work. Art critics
who reviewed her previous
exhibitions praised her
paintings and ability as an
artist. Ong Choo Suat, an
art critic for the New Na-
tion in Singapore, wrote, "In
addition to powerful feel-
ings, there is an intriguing
mystic quality in her paint-
ings expressed very skill-
fully through the portrayal
of light . . . Her yellows,
reds, purples, greens and
others are not only attrac-
tive colors — they also ex-
press powerful emotions."
Although she visits Israel
frequently, Esther admits
that after so many years
away from her homeland
she misses Israel a great
deal. "I am sorry that my
children could not have the
same wonderful childhood
as I had as a child in Israel,"
she said.

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HUC-JIR Alumni
Name President

CINCINNATI — Rabbi
Alvan Rubin of Temple Is-
rael, St. Louis, has been
elected president of the Je-
brew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion's 1,-
000-member alumni asso-
ciation.
The HUC-JIR, Reform
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its centennial anniversary
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ica.
During his 25 years since
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native of Boston, has served
pulpits at Temple Sinai,
Roslyn, New York; and
Temple Israel, St. Louis.

HAMBURG (ZINS) —
The German weekly Der
Spiegel has published de-
tails of a top-secret study
made at the behest of Yasir
Arafat by London's "Middle
East Economic Consult-
ants" on plans for a "Pa-
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Israel capable of absorbing
all of world Jewry, but it
serves as a spiritual center.

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