SS MOLEDET, ZIM CRUISE LINERS
KFAR SILVER, ASHKELON
MARBLE ARCH SYNAGOGUE
FRUITS OF THE BIBLEYear: 1961Location/Commission:
S/S Moledet (ZIM Lines).Description:
'FRUITS OF THE BIBLE': Stained glass windows for main dining hall. Stained glass panels metres long and 30 metres in total, thin sheet and chunk coloured glass set in black epoxy, fiberglass reinforced both for light weight and vibrations of motors.
The ship sank in 1988.Dimensions:
4 x 7.5Architect: Dora Gad
CONCRETE AND CHUNK GLASS WALLYear: 1962Location/Commission:
Kfar Silver Agricultural College, Ashkelon, Israel.Description:
Concrete and chunk glass wall.
Stylised script of from Proverbs 28 (עובד אדמתו ישבע לחם - He who tills the land shall have plenty of food) and Psalm 23 (ה' רועי לא אחסר - The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not want) is part of the motif of these windows.
The artwork remains in its original location.Dimensions:
18'x 24' (5.5 x 7.3 m )Architect: Meir Horman
'SIX DAYS OF CREATION' & COMMEMORATIVE WINDOWSYear: 1964-5Location/Commission:
Carmel College, Wallingford, OXON, UK.Description:
'SIX DAYS OF CREATION' & COMMEMORATIVE WINDOWS: Multi-coloured plate glass windows.
The Eastern windows were storm damaged in 1987. Azaz remade the windows from new designs and a different glass technique. Carmel College closed in 1997. The synagogue is a grade 2 listed building with both the newer Eastern windows and the original front windows remaining in situ.Architect: Thomas Hancock
SAMSON WALKING OFF WITH THE TOWN GATES IN GAZAYear: 1966Location/Commission:
Pergamon Press Headquarters, Oxford, UK.Description:
''SAMSON WALKING OFF WITH THE TOWN GATES IN GAZA': Stained glass window.
The artwork remains in its original location.Dimensions:For more information please cklick on the link below:
15'x 6' (4.5 x 1.8 m )