Gabriella Boros makes religious and cultural references in her woodcuts. A child of Holocaust survivors, she lived in Jerusalem during the Six Day War, and immigrated with her family to America soon after. These experiences are funneled into storytelling in many forms, expressed through woodcuts. She begins with written concepts on which she builds visual images. Her topics range from personal fables and religious subjects to science–based and political work. Her prints are always created as a series. The truths she narrate are very personal, but the resulting images have a universal appeal with pattern and line."