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Chana Cromer: Still Looking Up

Opening | Thursday, April 27th, 2023 | 4:00-7:00 PM
Closing | Monday, August 7th, 2023

Once Upon a Time, 2023 | 50 x 50 cm | Acrylic on Canvas

The Epsten Gallery is pleased to bring Chana Cromer’s exhibit, ‘Still Looking Up’ into its midst. Cromer , a multi-disciplinary artist living in Jerusalem, Israel, is a member and current chairperson of the Marie Gallery Cooperative. Her art has been shown in Israel, the USA, Russia and Germany. Her subjects have varied from responses to Biblical themes, to reacting to social issues and at present to impressions from nature, always reflected through highly personal interpretation.

President's Welcome

What is this place we call The Epsten Gallery?

It’s a room with walls that can be transformed into an interactive art space for multi-generational use; a place where art becomes therapy; a place to explore different media and learn how art and life intersect; a place to explore and get your hands dirty.

It’s a room where I remember my mother-in-law, Jackee Epsten. She wanted to share art with the community of Village Shalom, a facility with a vision to enable senior adults to flourish in a safe, caring, compassionate community. She wanted families to come inside, look at art together and become engrossed in projects. Jackee loved to share her passion of art and movement with her grandchildren. She hoped people would come visit quality gallery exhibits that make us pause, think and appreciate life, as she did.

The Epsten Gallery’s mission is to provide innovative programs and art exhibitions that engage, inspire and enlighten a diverse community through all stages of life, celebrating our common humanity through art.


Ginny Epsten
Board President