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And the Bush Was Not Consumed by William Saltzman

Thursday, June 26th, 2008

And the Bush Was Not Consumed by William Saltzman

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

Thursday, June 26th, 2008

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

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Untitled by Bruce Stillman

Tuesday, June 24th, 2008

Untitled by Bruce Stillman

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Running Water II by Herbert Ferber

Tuesday, June 24th, 2008

Let Justice Well Up Like Water by Herbert Ferber

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Local artist William Saltzman created the sculpture “And the Bush Was Not Consumed” for the Temple of Aaron synagogue in St. Paul.

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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.

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This 1987 kinetic sculpture by Bruce Stillman sits in the yard of the Temple of Aaron synagogue in St. Paul.

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The side of the Temple of Aaron synagogue in St. Paul displays the sculpture “Let Justice Well Up Like Water” by Herbert Ferber.

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