Recent examples of Rosefsky's work as public art are her community quilt projects, including "The Jewish Celebrations" quilt in the lobby of The William Breman Jewish Home in Atlanta as well as her stained-glass window designs for Temple Kehillah Chaim's newly renovated sanctuary in Roswell,GA. Whether it is cutting fabric or cutting paper to create designs for larger installations, Rosefsky's work makes a strong statement to enhance public spaces in the community.
One of the best descriptions of "Public Art" comes from an excerpt from "A Letter from the Public Art Chair", Chuck Taylor - Fulton County Arts Council in the Fulton County Public Art Program Catalog - The Decade 1993-2002.
"Good public art creates a dialogue among its artist, its community and its audience…it can challenge the intellect, it can calm the spirit, it can help interpret its environment, or mark the importance of its existence….It can bring joy, and it can reflect sorrow. It can remind. When it is done well, it can, and it will, excite, catalyze, challenge and inspire."
NEW this year!
Rosefsky's artwork can be digitalized into oversized murals that can become exciting installations for a public institution. Prices vary depending upon whether one uses a licensing agreement for artwork already created or for commissioning new art. Murals are reproduced on high quality grade wallpaper to accommodate an easy installation.
All Artwork is copyrighted and may not be reproduced without permission.
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