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Beth Shalom Temple Center to hear Lynn Rae Lowe on Aleph-Bet symbolism

'Lichtenstein: Otiyot as Words,’ printed vinyl on acrylic, 43” x 30”, by Lynn Rae Lowe

The art gallery at Beth Shalom Temple Center is presenting an exhibit by award-winning Tucson artist Lynn Rae Lowe, “Ancient and Contemporary Symbolism of the Hebrew Alphabet,” through March 4.

Lowe uses a variety of materials, two- and three-dimensional methods and the techniques of 20th century master artists to highlight the Aleph Bet. Through images of energy, strong color, words and signs, “each letter of the Hebrew alphabet reveals layers of symbolism common to all people,” says Lowe.

A reception and “Walk and Talk” with the artist will be held on Sunday, Feb. 4 at 11:30 a.m., following BSTC’s monthly bagel breakfast at 9:30 a.m.

Beth Shalom Temple Center is located at 1751 N. Rio Mayo in Green Valley. For more information, call 648-6690.

‘Mizrach,’ aluminum, 17” x 12” x 3”, by Lynn Rae Lowe.
‘Aleph Bet Menorah,’ steel, 18” x 4” x 11”, by Lynn Rae Lowe.