Current Shows

Carol Buchman & Carol Deforest
April 18, 2010 through May 27, 2010
Opening Reception Thursday, April 22nd, 7:00-9:00p.m.

Memphis Jewish Community Center
6560 Poplar Ave, Memphis, TN 38138

Galery Hours:
Sunday -Thursday 9am-5pm
Friday 9-3
and by appointment
For more information call Amy Paige Israel at 901.761.0810 ext. 126.

Recent Shows

Elsie K. Rudin Museum Gallery Presents: "The Mystical World of Carol Buchman"
Sept. 5-Oct. 30, 2009

Elsie K. Rudin Museum of Judaica
at Temple Beth El of Great Neck
5 old Mill Road, Great Neck, NY 11023 *

Traveling Group Show "Like Water On Rock" (Jewish Women's Artist Network)

Juror, Barbara Gilbert curator Emerita, Skirball Center, LA

June 7-August 24th, 2009
Finegood Art Gallery,
West Hills, California

Sept 10-Oct. 30th, 2009
Gotthelf Art Gallery, San Diego Center For Jewish Culture,
La Jolla, CA.

"From Borscht Belt
to Bible Belt"

Sept. 4th - Dec. 7th, 2008
Addison-Penzak Jewish Community Center
14855 Oka Road,
Los Gatos, CA 95032

The exhibit "From Borscht Belt to Bible Belt," paintings by Carol Buchman, is on display in the JCC's 2nd floor Art Gallery Hall from September 4th through December 7th, 2008

Minneapolis, MN
5 Books of Moses,
Juried Exhibition,
Tychman Shapiro Gallery

March 2 - March 27, 2008 with an opening reception on March 13, 2008 from 6-8pm.

Artists included in the exhibit:
Sara Belleau
Sandra Brick
Carol Buchman
Connie Cohen
Lucy Rose Fischer
Lynda Monick-Isenberg
Candy Kuehn
Paula Leiter Pergament

Jury panelists:
Jeff Rathermel, Artistic Director, Minnesota Center for Books Arts
Kathy Dhaemers, Director of Sacred Arts, Basilica of St. Mary
Paige Dansinger, Assistant Intern Curator, Judaica Gallery, Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Rabbi Alexander Davis, Beth El Synagogue

Tychman Shapiro Gallery


Boca Raton, FL
Biennial Show,
Nathan D. Rosen Museum Gallery, Boca Raton, Florida

March 2 - April 14th, 2008

Judge – W. Rod Faulds
W. Rod Faulds is the Director of University Galleries, School of the Arts, Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters,Florida Atlantic University


Paintings from "The Mystical World of Carol Buchman"

Recent Shows

Nashville, TN
April 5 & 6, 2008 Temple Arts Show

Temple Arts Festival

Among Nashville’s largest arts-and-crafts extravaganzas, the two-day Temple fest boasts sculpture, drawing, photography and painting, along with glasswork, ceramics and jewelry. Art lovers and collectors have the opportunity to browse work by regional and national artists.

Elizabeth S. and Alvin I. Fine Museum, Congregation Emanu-El presents:

San Francisco, CA
MIDRASH: Stories Reclaimed Paintings of Carol Buchman

November 30, 2007 to March 3, 2008 Temple Emanu-El 2 Lake Street (at Arguello Boulevard) San Francisco Opening reception: Friday November 30, 6:30 - 7:30 pm following 5:30 pm Shabbat Services

The artist will speak during Services. Carol Buchman will host a gallery tour on Monday, December 3, 1:00 pm The Exhibition can be viewed in the Temple Foyer, Meyer Reception, and Chapel Corridor.

A personal contribution from the artist from this show will benefit the volunteer organization Lev HaChesed Food Pantry in Rishon LeZion, which helps feed 2,500 families every week below the poverty line in Israel.

About the Musem

Over the years, the Fine Museum of Congregation Emanu-El has grown into an integral part of the Bay Area's cultural life, not only for its impressive permanent collections, but for its proud tradition of discovering and supporting new and established Jewish artists. With more than one hundred fifty shows since its founding in 1950, the Fine Museum continues to fulfill its mission of integrating Jewish art and history into the very heart of the Temple community. As a result, each year thousands of visitors participate in events designed to be meaningful to Jews and non-Jews alike. Changing Exhibitions Recent shows have focused on Jewish-American identity, the contemporary experience of Jewish holidays and rituals, and the variety of religious practices in Israel. Over the years the Museum has established a reputation for featuring works by internationally renowned Jewish artists such as Marc Chagall, Camille Pissarro, Peter Krasnow, Max Pollak, and Jacques Schnier. In addition, the Fine Museum has been a leader in recognizing emerging Jewish talent, presenting the West Coast premieres for artists Ori Sherman, David Moss and Shalom of Safed. Whether displaying groundbreaking travelling exhibitions or items from the permanent collection, the Fine Museum maintains its commitment to making Jewish art and history accessible to a diverse audience.