Ewa Gordon

Graphic art designer, Hebrew language  translator.
She finished High School of Art and five years study at Hebrew Language Department of The Warsaw University. From 1995 she works at the annual Jewish Culture Festival in Krakow as a teacher of Hebrew calligraphy and Jewish Art.
She worked for The Ronald S. Lauder Foundation and for the "Austeria" Publishing House as a translator of Hebrew classical religious texts from Hebrew to Polish.
Her works are in private collections in England, U.S.A., Israel and Poland.

From 2003 she teaches mishnayot with a group of friends and students of Chevra Lomdei Mishnayot in Krakow.

Works of Ewa Gordon are her own ideas based on the traditional rules of Hebrew calligraphy. She uses texts from Tanach, Talmud, Jewish prayer book and other Jewish sources. The pictures are made using traditional calligraphic pen, with acrylic paint on MDF or inks on paper.

Books translated/or written by Ewa Gordon:
Jewish prayers (Verbinum, in cooperation with Maciej Tomal PhD)
Bereshit, (Pardes Lauder, edited by Rabbi Sacha Pecaric)
Introduction to Talmud, (Pardes Lauder)
Haggadah for Pesach (cooperative translations, Pardes Lauder) 
Zemirot Sbabbat with Birkat Hamazon, (Pardes Lauder)
Shemot, (Pardes Lauder, edited by Rabbi Sacha Pecaric)
Book of Esther, (Pardes Lauder)
Boook of Rut, (Pardes Lauder)
Pirke Avoth, (Pardes Lauder)
Siddur for weekday and Shabbat, (Pardes Lauder and as a
Szaarej Teszuwa edited by Warsaw Jewish Community)
Taryag Mitzvot, (Austeria)
Boi Kala! Zemirot Shabbat, (Austeria)
Blessing for every occasion, (Austeria)
Passover Haggadah (2008 Austeria), also illustrated by Ewa Gordon
Sheva Brachot, (Austeria)
Cemetery prayers, (Austeria)
Kitzur Shulchan Aruch

Solo exhibitions:
1997 Krakow (Jewish Culture Festival)
2001 Wroclaw
2002 Lodz
2002 Krakow (Jewish Culture Festival)
2003 Krakow (Jewish Culture Festival)
2004 Krakow (The Association of Polish Artist and Designers ZPAP)
2005 Krakow (Alchemia)

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