“Dwell in Sukkot” (2005) by Flora Rosefsky is based on the biblical commandment (Leviticus 23:42) that the Israelites dwell in sukkot each year in remembrance of the period of wandering in the wilderness. Original artwork is a cut paper assemblage.
Flora Rosefsky began her career as a self-taught folk artist while living in upstate New York and later studied art at Syracuse University and Binghamton University. Rosefsky has exhibited her work in one woman shows as well as juried competitions and selected invitational shows. Presently she works at her studio at The Sycamore Place Gallery & Studios, 120 Sycamore Place, Decatur, GA 30030.