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Arc for Torah and Sculptures by William Goldman . Commissioned by Congregation Beth Am, Buffalo Grove, IL

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Arc for Torah and Sculptures by William Goldman . Commissioned by Congregation Beth Am, Buffalo Grove, ILTorah branches out, as a tree, into so many areas: law, learning, heritage, morality and generational continuity to cite a few. Trees grow bigger and stronger through the years. Trees disperse seeds a good distance—as in the Jewish people’s own Diaspora—–and continue producing future generations, providing guidance and shelter. This arc is shaped like the Torah with shimmering surfaces suggesting high energy with swirling reflections, radiating a living heritage of learning. The DNA-type ladders of steel bark rod along with human action silhouettes in stainless steel are moving upward and will continue through many generations to come. (Size: 11 ft. w X 5.5 ft. h x 2 ft. d)

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Stainless Steel Wall Sculpture by William Goldman . Commissioned by Congregation Beth Am, Buffalo Grove, IL

The sculpture depicts a Mopgen David of individual parts and at the same time star of unity, representing both indvidual families and one unified congregational family. The size of the elements, each coming from within the other, suggests a generational progression moving outward into the future. A feeling of movement and high energy are created through the shapes, arrangement of elements and the swirling textured surfaces. (Size: 70"w X 70" h X 15" d)

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