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Prague and the Jewish Cemetery2317 viewsYeshiva University Museum, NYC
"In another concurrence of direct observation and imagination 'Prague and the Jewish Cemetery', Hodes reconstructs her emotional encounter with what is in fact one of Europe's most confined burial grounds.... In Hodes's moving homage, the cemetery (and history) has been liberated and tombstones now stand along a hillside overlooking the city of Prague." -- Susan L. Stoops in "City Reflections" catalog from exhibition at the Bunting Institute 1996
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Three Minutes to Midnight2158 viewsCommission by PSR (physicians for Social responsibility), the
image derives from Adam and Eve by Durer. The Nuclear Clock, from the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists.
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Looking North from World Trade Center790 views(Sept. 11 Series)
Brandeis University, Farber Library
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Between Fog and Ice741 views
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Memories of 52 Street/Cafe Reflections734 viewsprivate collection
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Somewhere Midtown712 viewsprivate collection
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Somewhere Midtown #2706 viewsprivate collection Newton MA
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River Reeds and Memory689 viewsAkebia Therapeutics in Boston
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Night Colors689 viewsArt Complex Museum, Duxbury MA
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Portrait of my Husband688 views
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Night View with Orange Sky684 viewscollection of the New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, CT
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Mother Three Times677 viewstriptych
Danforth Art Museum, Framingham MA
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Portrait of Oskar Kokoschka677 viewsIn this portrait of Oskar Kokoschka, the Austrian painter with whom I studied in Salzburg, I tried to capture his searching, quizzical expression.

Danforth Art Museum
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Peace March New York City674 viewsOne of many paintings inspired by the June 12th Peace March in 1982 of 1 million people marching for a nuclear weapons freeze. Our group, Artists For Survival, designed the Save Life on Earth Posters that were carried by hundreds of citizens attending this moving and hopeful event.

Portland Museum of Art, Portland ME
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Hotel Window View: Inside/Outside660 viewsprivate collection Newton MA
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Times Square Boogie-Woogie with Cabbages657 views
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