Ho, Everyone That Thirsteth, Come Ye for Water by Ibram Lassaw

Ho, Everyone That Thirsteth, Come Ye for Water by Ibram LassawHo, Everyone That Thirsteth, Come Ye for Water by Ibram Lassaw

The sculpture “Ho, Everyone That Thirstesth, Come Ye for Water” by abstract expressionist sculptor Ibram Lassaw welcomes visitors to the Temple of Aaron synagogue in St. Paul. The sculpture is on the east wall of the synagogue above the entrance, facing the parking lot.

It includes a quotation from the prophet Isaiah: “Ho, every one that thirsteth, come ye to the waters, and he that hath no money; come ye, buy, and eat; yea, come, buy wine and milk without money and without price,” (Isaiah 55:1).

In addition to the exterior sculpture, Lassaw also created the synagogue’s Kiddush Cup, the Ner Tamid in the main sanctuary, and the Chapel Menorah.

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