L’Dor v’Dor – Three Generations Through the Lens

December 6, 2012 – February 3, 2013 | Past Exhibit

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Buy Tickets   Add to Calendar /experience/l-dor-v-dor-three-generations-through-the-lens 6 OJM Event - L’Dor v’Dor – Three Generations Through the Lens L’Dor V’Dor features the works of grandfather, father, and daughter, highlighting photography as a vital means of connection, an artful process of guidance and learning, and a true expression of love. Neale Creamer taught photography to his daughter Alissa when she was five years old. From her father, Alissa learned to look through the lens with a sense of curiosity and wonder. Neale’s teacher had been his own father, Maurice, from whom he learned photography as a child. Maurice began his lifelong devotion to amateur photography in the early 1900s. Maurice’s photographic images bring to light a life-in-progress as a child of Jewish immigrants. Together, the family’s photographic work expresses the individual artistic personality of each artist, as well as revealing the connections between them. OJM info@ojm.org true MM/DD/YYYY | RSVP

Photo collage, 2012 Courtesy Alissa Nicole Creamer

L’Dor V’Dor features the works of grandfather, father, and daughter, highlighting photography as a vital means of connection, an artful process of guidance and learning, and a true expression of love. Neale Creamer taught photography to his daughter Alissa when she was five years old. From her father, Alissa learned to look through the lens with a sense of curiosity and wonder. Neale’s teacher had been his own father, Maurice, from whom he learned photography as a child. Maurice began his lifelong devotion to amateur photography in the early 1900s. Maurice’s photographic images bring to light a life-in-progress as a child of Jewish immigrants. Together, the family’s photographic work expresses the individual artistic personality of each artist, as well as revealing the connections between them. 


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