Tag Archives: Beit Sahour
The barrier wall and settlements aren’t the only thing being built in the West Bank. I also saw a lot of new Palestinian residential construction on the outskirts of Beit Sahour.
These images may or not become drawings, and there are other changes afoot in the studio, but this is some of what I might be working on over the next few months. Most of these were taken in the West … Continue reading
I am usually a pretty good navigator, and I understand the position of the sun and the direction and length of shadows vis-à-vis the time of day and the points on a compass. But I am used to roads having … Continue reading
Knowing I’d be seeing Elio soon in Tel Aviv, I wanted to plan some kind of a good mom & son activity to occupy our time together. I brought along our copy of this great book I bought for him … Continue reading
During my trip, I had been using google.com to occasionally browse the map of the area, since the English pages of google.ps and google.co.il don’t have map tabs at the top of the screen. I would have to go home, … Continue reading
During my trip I had long Skype sessions with JC, Gabriella, Eric, Katherine … thank you!
Bethlehem and the surrounding towns are approximately 80% Christian and 20% Muslim. The tree lighting ceremony in Beit Sahour was a big deal, with visitors, public speeches by visiting dignitaries, street food, and traffic jams. Celebrations of Christmas in the … Continue reading