Meet this artist and mom.
You can’t help but be drawn in by these forms looming large over the viewer. Massive and sturdy, they appear to be just barely hanging on, precarious. It is a feeling corroborated by the metal supports holding the structures in place.
“I’ve been doing this for over half my life now,” says Royce, 31, he started work as an apprentice glassworker at just 15 when he was visiting a community clay studio owned by a family friend.
Rimon wants to lower the barrier for Jews to participate in the vibrant, cultural scene in Minnesota.
“At our recent Lab, I asked the participants to write a six-word memoir on being a Jewish Artist. There was one that really stood out to me: ‘Artist everywhere, Jew not always present.’”