Trudging Through the Black Forest
This mixed media piece reflects the horrors of war and the dark nights spent in the Black Forest where Judiths’ father was fighting in Germany during WWII.
Mixed media (acrylic ink, charcoal, acrylic paint, paper, ink) by Judith Stein
About Judith Stein
Judith Stein is an abstract and semi-abstract mixed media artist who resides in Needham, MA. The oil and cold wax paintings and collages submitted for the April Salon are part of a series that is a tribute to her parents and incorporates text from her father’s love letters to her mom when he was fighting overseas during WWII. These works highlight the sharp contrast between the horrors of war that her father was experiencing and the love he expressed in his letters as well as the hope, courage and resilience that helped him survive.