HOLOCAUST

 I’d like to say a huge thank you to the Smith family,  they are most wonderful people who have all been so incredible, especially Marina Smith. I now have  five of the Holocaust survivors  sculptures there on show at the unbelievably amazing holocaust museum Beth shalom in Nottingham.

This has been a special and meaningful year for me and I am proud to have been chosen to sculpt these extraordinary Holocaust survivors.
Sculpting Holocaust survivors is an ongoing project and has great resonance for me. The Holocaust is something that everybody in the world must know about to stop it ever happening again.

Frances Segelman sculpts Ruth Posner for Yad Vashem

Frances Segelman unveils sculpture of Manfred Goldberg

Frances Segelman unveils sculpture of Marianne Philipps

Frances Segelman unveils sculpture of Lily Ebert

Frances Segelman sculpts Eve Kugler

Rachel Levy BEM for Jewish Care

Zigi Shipper BEM for Yad Vashem

National Portrait Gallery celebrates acquisition of Frances Segelman’s sculpture of Sir Ben Helfgott

Frances sculpts Holocaust survivor Ivor Perl
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Frances sculpts Holocaust survivor Arek Hersh

Sculptor Frances Segelman sculpts Holocaust survivor Miriam Freedman

Sculptor Frances Segelman sculpts Holocaust survivor Leslie Kleinman

Sculptor Frances Segelman sculpts Holocaust survivor Freddie Knoller

Sculptor Frances Segelman sculpts Holocaust survivor Mala Tribich.

Frances Segelman sculpts Rachel Levy at Selig Court

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