Join Kolbo as we host artist Amy Fagin for an engaging presentation on the history of illuminated manuscripts. This event takes place Thursday, November 17th at 7pm at our store on 437 Harvard Street in Brookline. This presentation is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served. Learn about the technique that… Read more »
Category: Artist Features
Here at Kolbo we display and sell work from many creative artists. Every once in a while we will be really inspired by a particular artist, and want to share what we’ve found with you! Below are some artist feature pages. Please check back regularly to see what gets us going.
Today, we’re featuring the words and works of Sarah Resnick, the visionary behind Advah Designs. Her talitot tell an amazing story of intentionality, justice, and beauty. We’ll let her tell you more: Whether we know them or not, everything we wear tells three stories. 1. First is the story of who made the garment, and where… Read more »
Aromas of Aleppo: The Legendary Cuisine of Syrian Jews has been a perennial favorite at Kolbo. The images are stunning, the recipes scrumptious, and the story that Poopa Dweck shares of the Syrian Jewish community is spell-binding. Dweck, a first-generation Syrian American, has captured generations of oral history in the form of these recipes and… Read more »
Nancy Schön is an internationally renowned sculptor, most well known for her celebrated Make Way for Ducklings in the Boston Public Garden. She is known for her warm, evocative representations of human and animal figures and has received many commissions both public and private in the United States and abroad. Click here to view the… Read more »
Inspiring artwork created by Ein Hod artists after Carmel wildfires devastated their community. Exclusive Art Exhibition: May 2-10, 2013 at Kolbo Fine Judaica Gallery All the remaining unsold pieces in the exhibition continue to be available for purchase An extraordinary collection of works from diverse artists who work in the renowned Ein Hod Artist Colony in the… Read more »