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Adam &
                                  Eve
Adam
"Adam and Eve"
Ink on paper
14" x 11"
"Adam Kadmon"
Ink on paper
17" x 14"
Collection of Ned Daughdrille



War
"War"
Ink and conté crayon on paper
18" x 24"


Peace
Don
                                  Quixote
"Peace"
Conté crayon on paper
24" x 18"

The shofar sounds three joyful blasts,
but is that a child's toy or a Trojan Horse?
"Don Quixote in Jerusalem"
Ink on paper
24" x 18"

Self portrait as Don Quixote,
David's Tower in the background.



Hurricane goddess
The spiritual beliefs of the Taíno,
pre-Columbian Indians and the
original inhabitants of the Caribbean,
included the long-armed hurricane
goddess Guabancex and her twin
helpers, thunder and wind. These
drawings incorporate Taino
iconography found on shells,
stones, and pottery.




"Hurricane Goddess with Frogs"
Ink on paper
17" x 14"
in The Caribbean Writer (1994)



 
Opression
Yod
"Opression"
Conté crayon on paper
24" x 18"
Kabbalagraphy--
"The Yod Particle"
Ink on paper
17" x 14"