Israel-based artist Ken Goldman uses Judaism to influence his abstract art. In the gallery, you'll see three of his recent pieces: the Blinded Five Point Star Pierced Steel Glasses, the Broken Glass House, and the Shmitah-Mitah Happening.
Ken Goldman studied at the Pratt Institute and has 15 years of professional design experience. You can see more of Ken Goldman's work at the links provided below.
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Ken Goldman's Contemporary Judaica Features Blinded Star Glasses
Jessica Marcel — January 29, 2010 — World