Lazarus Gallery at United Hebrew

Enhancing Lives Through Art

Art enhances the quality of life of our residents, their families, and individuals in the community who visit our campus. The Lazarus Gallery at United Hebrew is an integral part of life here. It is designed to spark the imagination, lift the spirit, and nurture a lifelong love of learning.

The Lazarus Gallery presents several exhibitions a year, featuring a rich array of art created in a variety of media: watercolor, ceramics, mixed media, sculpture, encaustic, jewelry, fiber art, photography, and more. Robin Zane, Curator, and Jodi Moise, Gallery Advisor organize the shows which are intended to engage visitors, trigger memories, add beauty to the United Hebrew campus, and bring the community together.

Read about the Lazarus Gallery in the New York Times.

The Art of the Garden

“Field With Phlox” by Regina Silvers

United Hebrew of New Rochelle will present “The Art of the Garden,” a juried exhibition featuring artwork in various mediums illustrating the appeal of the garden throughout time, from June 11 – September 13, 2017.

The exhibition will feature floral and foliage images which can include butterflies, bees, dragon flies, birds, bird cages, birdbaths, bonnets, moss and people frolicking in a garden as objects of enjoyment and visual pleasure.

Please join us for an opening reception on Sunday, June 11 from 3:00 – 4:30 p.m at 391 Pelham Road in New Rochelle.

For more information on this exhibition, please email artofthegardenexhibit@gmail.com.

To learn more about the Lazarus Gallery, please contact Linda Forman at 914-632-2804, x1224 or lforman@uhgc.org.

“When planning an exhibition for the Lazarus Gallery we are mindful of our audience. We begin with colors and materials that create texture that engage our residents, their families and staff, which we hope will remind viewers of precious experiences, recent and past.’

Robin Zane,
Curator

Art Classes Seniors

Teaching artist Vicky Youngman at the opening of ‘Art Fired Up,’ held Oct. 2015 – Mar. 2016 in the Lazarus Gallery.