Sculptor welcomes visitors to Mahwah
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Sculptor welcomes visitors to Mahwah

“One Man in Memory of Six Million” by Judith Peck is permanently installed at Ramapo College of New Jersey. It was a gift of Yvonne Lorber in memory of her family, the Manheimers, who were killed in the Holocaust. (Photo provided)
“One Man in Memory of Six Million” by Judith Peck is permanently installed at Ramapo College of New Jersey. It was a gift of Yvonne Lorber in memory of her family, the Manheimers, who were killed in the Holocaust. (Photo provided)

Sculptor Judith Peck, professor emerita of art at Ramapo College of New Jersey, is participating in International Sculpture Day, Sunday, April 23, from 1 to 4 p.m. She will open her studio and grounds at 57 Thunderhead Place in Mahwah for the “Sculpture Open House,” sponsored by the International Sculpture Center.

Ms. Peck’s pieces are on permanent display in many places, including the Rockland Center for Holocaust Studies in Spring Valley. “Resettlement,” showing a family being sent to a concentration camp, is at the sculpture park at Clifton City Hall, and another is in the Ghetto Fighters Museum in Israel.

For reservations, email judithpeck@optonline.net or go to www.JPeckSculture.com/holocaust.

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