The Holocaust themed artwork is divided into 3 sections:

Life before the Holocaust examined Jewish life in Europe before World War Two. Many of the paintings are based on photographs taken by Roman Vishniac, a renown photographer who was commissioned in 1935 and 1938 to catalogue the Jewish experience in Europe.

The Holocaust contains my Grandfather’s most iconic and moving images. The viewer is encouraged to spend some time looking through the “Yizkor”- “Remembrance” a complex painting containing a visual timeline of the holocaust within the number six million.

Life after the Holocaust concentrates on the emigration of survivors to Israel and hopes of finding peace there.