David Moss: A Pueblo Portfolio

September 8, 2004 - January 2, 2005
Mezzanine Gallery

David Moss, an American-born Jerusalem resident, is a major figure in the international renaissance of Hebrew calligraphy (especially in ornamented marriage contracts or ketubbot) and the book arts. Now he has turned his attention to clay as well; in addition to decorating clay pots, he has created a series of ornamental prints. The exhibition traces the influence of Pueblo pottery design and Native American aesthetics and spiritual traditions on Moss' artistic career.

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