And the Bush Was Not Consumed by William Saltzman

And the Bush Was Not Consumed by William SaltzmanAnd the Bush Was Not Consumed by William SaltzmanAnd the Bush Was Not Consumed by William SaltzmanAnd the Bush Was Not Consumed by William Saltzman

Local artist William Saltzman created the sculpture “And the Bush Was Not Consumed” for the Temple of Aaron synagogue in St. Paul. The sculpture is located on the wall near the east entrance and features colorful mosaic tiles.

The Temple of Aaron’s Jubilee Commemorative Book says:

“[Saltzman’s] sculptural work in the colors of fire that have graced the Temple’s wall adjacent to the front door ‘And the bush was not consumed’ gives visitors a taste of the excitement that they can experience inside–the flaming enthusiasm of the Temple of Aaron’s members for their building and their congregation.”

In addition to the exterior sculpture, Saltzman also created the synagogue’s stained glass windows and a painting at the rear of the sanctuary.

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