From left to right:
- Panhandler - Jerusalem, Israel
- Guarding the Lebanese border – Misgav Am, Israel
- Man with long beard – Safed, Israel
- Sunset over the Mediterranean – Tel Aviv, Israel
- Woman passerby – Safed, Israel
Five-foot painted cardboard panels zoom in for intimate portrayals of people, setting and circumstance; juxtaposed moments in time. Portraits of Unity and Jewish identity - "A Letter in the Scroll."
"Barry Goldstein’s “A Letter in the Scroll” exhibition at the Montpelier Arts Center is beautifully rendered and softly touching. He gently reaches in to the very essence of connection and humanity. From his soft painterly strokes depicting a religious father blessing his son to a homeless man asleep on the street surrounded by his sparse possessions, we feel the depth of soul in each stroke of the brush — the threads that bind us together as members of the human family." Linda Singer, Art Historian