Review with Watercolor Detail

detail from radish kale watercolor painting
Detail from Radish Kale, watercolor on paper, 2011 by Leora Wenger

On My Blog

radish watercolor painting sparrow pierre goes over waterfall
Purim 2011 chagall window painting coleslaw sauerkraut
Radish Kale Parsley Almonds

Elsewhere in the Blogosphere

  • This week Jill and I went to see Ilana Shafir at Rutgers. You can visit her beautiful website and read my review from when she spoke in Highland Park two years ago. Her daughter, artist Leah Zahavi, lives in Highland Park.
  • My friend Debbie wrote about the Rambam movie we saw last week. I wasn’t as enthusiastic as she was about the movie, but I thought the story was well-written (it was written by Robert Avrech of Seraphic Secret). Maybe I was a bit judgmental of the graphics; I would have liked a Shakespeare-like presentation instead of the stiff drawings.
  • Mason Resnick put a pasta recipe and photo on his wife Lori’s blog. Today I went to visit the Asian market in Edison he mentions, H-Mart; I bought some varied mushrooms and other produce. Maybe next time I’ll bring my camera and take a few photos for a blog post. I had a good laugh when I met another friend there, also there for the first time.
  • Rayna Eliana wrote a review of The Violin of Auschwitz.
  • Felisol talked about her illness, ME (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis). She related her difficulty with (and expense of) some alternative therapies. And then in the comments she speaks of how T’ai Chi, Qigong and Feldenkrais have been helpful, as have been her friends, family and prayers.
  • If you haven’t seen it yet, visit the Purim song by Maccabeats on Mrs. S.’s post. Esther is adorable, and the astronauts are cute, too. Catch the calendar scene.
  • I enjoyed Ilana-Davita’s creative question: Choose eight records you would take with you on a desert island.
  • Robin’s anemones are stunning.

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