Familiar Histories

Inkjet prints on Kozo paper

32″x 16″

He Would Explain anything To Anyone Who Would Listen

He Would Explain Anything To Anyone

She Tried To Feel Dignified

She Tried To Feel Dignified

She Waited, Arms Akimbo

She Waited, Arms Akimbo

Something Caught The Boy's Eye

Something Caught The Boy’s Eye

He Built His Life With His Own Two Hands

He Built His Life With His Own Two Hands

He Stood In His Father's Shadow

He Stood In His Father’s Shadow

The Two Friends Grew Apart Together

The Two Friends Grew Apart Together

They Were The First Jews To Move To The Neighborhood

They Were The First Jews To Move To The Neighborhood

They Were Sisters, But Not Friends

They Were Sisters, But Not Friends

The Uniform Was Handed Down, Which Made Him All The More Proud

The Uniform Was Handed Down, Which Made Him All The More Proud