A lesser known story of Polish refugees in WWII is the story of Colonia Santa Rosa in Mexico. I came across this story about the same time I read Greg Archer’s Grace Revealed. I realized I knew little of the fate of Polish refugees, including thousands of orphans, deported by Stalin, or of the various countries who offered refuge to thousands of Polish refugees.
A huge, black sculpture of a hollow, bandaged head lies on its side in the middle of Krakow’s Main Square. The classic image and shape reminds me of fallen statuary in ancient Pompeii. Yet, this anomaly of modern art in the middle of classic Krakow begs the question – what is it, why is it there and what does it mean?
Artist and sculptor Robert Sutz, of Scottsdale Arizona, has been creating art for over 60 years, per his count. Since 2000 his passion has been creating life masks of Holocaust survivors to preserve their memory and story. Sutz’ father lost his entire family to the Nazi’s. Though well-known in local art circles and the Holocaust survivor community, I was first introduced to his art this past April by pure chance.
My computer was hijacked recently, thus a delay in posts. How safe is yours? Seriously, from one friend to another, what would you lose if you lost your computer? Unless the answer is “nothing” please take precautions. No. One. Is. Safe.