2013-11-22 / Community

Talent Abounds At JASA Arts Show

By Miriam Rosenberg


A visitor browses jewelry, scarves and handmade dolls. A visitor browses jewelry, scarves and handmade dolls. Residents of JASA on Beach 19th Street showed off their artistic talents at a one-day Arts and Craft Show earlier this month. The show included paintings, jewelry, handmade dolls, drawings and a model of the USS Arizona that took a year and a half of research and building.



Korean Vet Raymond Daughtry explains the process of reconstructing the USS Arizona to Assemblyman Phillip Goldfeder. Photo courtesy Assemblyman Goldfeder. Korean Vet Raymond Daughtry explains the process of reconstructing the USS Arizona to Assemblyman Phillip Goldfeder. Photo courtesy Assemblyman Goldfeder.

Ludmila Vaynberg talks to viewers about her drawings. Ludmila Vaynberg talks to viewers about her drawings.

Volkova Nelle’s diverse work. Volkova Nelle’s diverse work.

Galina Panina with some of her jewelry and art work. Galina Panina with some of her jewelry and art work.

Some of those who took part in the show are joined by JASA’s director Linda Solomon. Photos by Miriam Rosenberg Some of those who took part in the show are joined by JASA’s director Linda Solomon. Photos by Miriam Rosenberg

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