About the Schwarzbart Gallery

 

Arnold Schwarzbart was an artisan of functional and artful Judaic pieces.  His work has graced homes and communities around the world.  Thanks to the Schwarzbart family and the Knoxville Jewish community, the Schwarzbart Gallery at the Arnstein Jewish Community Center was created as a permanent exhibit of some of Arnold's work as well as a home for rotating displays of local Jewish art and cultural history.

 

The Schwarzbart Gallery is located in the lobby of the Arnstein Jewish Community Center.

FEATURED EXHIBIT

 


Adam Rowe: Knot Theories II

The development of partial-dimensional geometry 


 

  • Adam Rowe is a Knoxville native with a background in design for print and screen. He enjoys looking at art in terms of visual problem solving, with a fine arts approach to graphic design.

  • Scale Tile Listing Band

  • Knot Tiling Triangle-Faced Polyhedra

  • Tri Angle Polygonal Knot

  • Lattice Tile

  • Layered Multi Polygon Knot

  • Tri Unknot

  • Tile Hexahedron - SOLD

  • Unicursal Hex Knot

  • Metatronic Solid (Hexahedron)

  • Tri Unicursal Knot