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Artist Barbara Hines’ powerful, evocative multimedia exhibit, which premiered at the Holocaust Museum Houston to wide acclaim, has transferred to the Museum of Biblical Arts in Dallas. Hines’ work was also just featured in Israel at the 2017 Jerusalem Biennale.

“A Celebration of Survival” includes a number of portraits from her collection, entitled “18 of 26,000 Righteous Among the Nations,” in which Hines used Acrylic brush work together with silkscreen technique to portray many individuals who rescued Jews from the horrors of the Holocaust. The inspiration for much of Hines’ artwork and especially her latest collection is her Jewish heritage. Certain works of art in the exhibit will be available for sale with 100 percent of the proceeds being donated equally to the museum and to Chabad of Dallas.

Artist Barbara Hines’ powerful, evocative multimedia exhibit, which premiered at the Holocaust Museum Houston to wide acclaim, has transferred to the Museum of Biblical Arts in Dallas. Hines’ work was also just featured in Israel at the 2017 Jerusalem Biennale.

“A Celebration of Survival” includes a number of portraits from her collection, entitled “18 of 26,000 Righteous Among the Nations,” in which Hines used Acrylic brush work together with silkscreen technique to portray many individuals who rescued Jews from the horrors of the Holocaust. The inspiration for much of Hines’ artwork and especially her latest collection is her Jewish heritage. Certain works of art in the exhibit will be available for sale with 100 percent of the proceeds being donated equally to the museum and to Chabad of Dallas.

Artist Barbara Hines’ powerful, evocative multimedia exhibit, which premiered at the Holocaust Museum Houston to wide acclaim, has transferred to the Museum of Biblical Arts in Dallas. Hines’ work was also just featured in Israel at the 2017 Jerusalem Biennale.

“A Celebration of Survival” includes a number of portraits from her collection, entitled “18 of 26,000 Righteous Among the Nations,” in which Hines used Acrylic brush work together with silkscreen technique to portray many individuals who rescued Jews from the horrors of the Holocaust. The inspiration for much of Hines’ artwork and especially her latest collection is her Jewish heritage. Certain works of art in the exhibit will be available for sale with 100 percent of the proceeds being donated equally to the museum and to Chabad of Dallas.

WHEN

WHERE

Museum of Biblical Art
7500 Park Ln.
Dallas, TX 75225
https://www.biblicalarts.org/hines

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Admission is free.
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