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“My Life Under A Tree” – The Latest Book By Israeli Former Judge Turned Artist, Daniella Wexler

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After practicing as a judge in Jerusalem, Wexler has devoted her time to art, photography and writing. She has had numerous solo and group exhibitions in Israel and abroad.

Daniella Wexler’s new small book, My Life Under A Tree, is a unique integration of art and text about loss and its power as a leverage to happiness and renewed creativity.

Painted over two years (2018-2020) in acrylic on canvas, Wexler’s works reflect landmark events in her family’s history.

In bold colors they recount a process of sorrow and joy, tears and laughter. Dancing from page to page, the narrative offers a witty, humorous, and mainly loving view of what life has given, without denying for one moment what it has taken away.

-Tami Bezaleli, 2020

Daniella (Racine) immigrated to Israel from France with her parents and sister after World War II.

Her Zionist parents played an important part in building up Israel and her late husband Uzi Wexler was among the major developers of Jerusalem.

After practicing as a judge in Jerusalem, Wexler has devoted her time to art, photography and writing. She has had numerous solo and group exhibitions in Israel and abroad.

Her first book, Dropped Box, was published by S. Zack Publishers, Jerusalem, 2015.

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