Born & raised in Chicago, Wendy A. Rabinowitz is a Judaic weaver/mixed-media artist, eco-feminist & peace activist. She returned to Judaism through 'hiddur mitzvah', creating beauty in the world to reflect G-d's oneness with & within us. Wendy works out of her studio, LIVING THREADS Judaica,in the Berkshire Hills of MA. Her work has been exhibited throughout the United States and Israel. Recently, her interactive artwork "WOMEN AT THE WALL: A Call for Peace" was featured at the United Nations exhibit MIRACLES OF PEACE. Her art, based on Torah, Psalms & ancient Jewish teachings, are in numerous collections including, Anshe Chesed, NYC; Brandeis University's Jewish Women's Research Center, Waltham, MA., and is in the archives of National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C. She is a member of UNIFEM and Brit Tzedek v'Bat Shalom. She is indebted to the spiritual guidance, wisdom and support of Rabbi Zalman Shalomi Schachter.