The Gallery at The Braid is a beautiful 1,500 square foot art space dedicated to showing works of beauty and depth illuminating the human condition, often through a Jewish lens. There is a total of 120 feet of wall space.

chutzpah&salsa artwork

CHUTZPAH & SALSA: Group Show of Latino Artists
May 22 – July 1

Julio Sims
Patricia Krebs
Florencia Glas
Gisele Goldwater- Feldman



Braid_JacobsLadderArtShowBEYOND JACOB’S LADDER – MAPPING THE STORY IN ART – Feb. 11-March 20
A group of artists  create artful Midrash on the Jacob story.
Participating artists include:

Julie Bram- Photographer, Robin Russin- Writer, producer, director, sculptor and art teacher , Laraine Mestman- Nationally acclaimed Portrait Painter, Laurie Gross- Designer of ritual spaces and Judaic items in all media , Peachy Levy- Noted Judaic textile artist, Eve Brandstein- Producer of the celebrated reading series Poetry in Motion, accomplished fine artist working in all facets of the entertainment industry,, and Marilee Tolwin- Los Angeles based painter, resident artist of Jewish Women’s Theatre and gallery director of The Gallery@ the Braid 


French KissTEMPTATION – January 10 – Feb. 1  Ever since Eve bit the apple, humanity has been struggling with temptation. Should we give in or resist? This ancient and intriguing question inspired a show of LA artists that showcased painting by Debbie Winston Litoff and photography by Carol Kleinman. Featuring designer jewelry (which nearly always tempts) by Liza Shtromberg and interactive installations that challenged you to surrender.



DreidleThe third installment of THINGS WE PASS DOWN, looked at objects of Judaica that are obtained from family members before and “passed on” to the next generation.  In this show, Marilee Tolwin exhibited beautiful paintings of Judaic ritual objects.  Also displayed were heirlooms and their stories.  Some new art objects were sold –  new Judaica to be given to the next generation.


970686_10151373620915653_364009973_nOur second show, THINGS WE PASS DOWN, THE ART OF A MOTHER & DAUGHTER March 8 – Sept. 1, 2015.  Milliner Louise Green and her daughter, painter Lucy Sharf, successful artists in their own right, exhibited their art together.  Louise’s hats were for sale at The Braid.



_DSC0082 copyThe first show, THINGS WE PASS DOWN,  November 16, 2014-February 2015. The theme explored what we take willingly and unwillingly from our parents and what we may pass down to our children.