L'Chayim - To Life : Memoirs of a Survivor of a Nazi Ghetto
Inspired by stories in her father's book, artist Lisa Mishler's powerful artwork expresses her father Sol's story throughout the Holocaust. A story about love, war, and heroism, Luba and Sol, two remarkable people who endured the unimaginable and survived against all odds to have a new beginning in the United States. Rabbi Stephanie Aaron was inspired by the moving imagery to create her heartfelt writings. The combination of imagery, literature, and the actual excerpts from Sol's memoirs leave you with an experience that will stay with you and change your life.
- Paperback | 56 pages
- 203 x 254 x 4mm | 176g
- 01 Jul 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- colour illustrations
About Lisa E Mishler
Lisa Mishler is a prize-winning painter who lives in Tucson, Arizona. She studied photography and media arts in college and spent 20 years as an interior designer. While working full time she found time for taking art classes and painting. She continues to develop her painting skills and has become certi ed to teach at The Drawing Studio in Tucson. Today she teaches abstract painting classes at TDS and for a variety of arts organizations in Arizona."