Helene Aylon



Helene Aylon is an American multimedia and ecofeminist artist. According to Wikipedia, her works can be divided into three phases: process art (1970), anti-nuclear art (1980s) and The G-d Project (1990s - early 2000s), a feminist commentary on the Hebrew bible and other established traditions.

Aylon's autobiography was published by the Feminist Press. She continues to actively create art and is artist in residence at Brandeis’ Research Studies Women’s Center where she is currently exhibiting “The G-d Project: Nine Houses Without Women”.

The newest works which we are showing here are entitled: Walls: Melting Bricks.  It speaks poignantly to the immigrant situation in the world which we are wrestling with today. These are acrylics on paper delicately painted but pointed in their message.

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