April 28, 2015  

Loss and Beauty on Rfotofolio

Rfotofolio is pleased to share the work and words of Keron Psillas.  Her work exemplifies the concept that art can make a difference, bringing beauty from a dark and horrific past, sharing it in a way that no matter what our “tribe” we can relate, remember and resolve to bring light where darkness falls. Additional Details 

  September 5, 2015  – October 31, 2015  

US Premiere for Loss and Beauty

September 5th at 6:00 pm

207 North Gilbert Road
Gilbert, AZ 85234
Additional Details

  October 15, 2015 – November 7, 2015  

Shainberg Gallery, Memphis, TN

October 15, 7:30 PM
Shainberg Gallery
Memphis Jewish Community Center
6560 Poplar Avenue
Memphis, TN 38138
(901) 761-0810

  November 3, 2015 – January 2, 2016  

ST. Xavier University, Gilbert AZ

92 West Vaughn Avenue
GilbertAZ 85233 


  December 3 – 28  

The Goldman Art Gallery, Rockville, Maryland

Closing Reception and Presentation, December 20
Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington
6125 Montrose Road
Rockville, MD 20852

    April 3 – 30, 2016 



Gordon Jewish Community Center, Nashville, TN

801 Percy Warner Blvd. Nashville, TN 37205
Reception, April 13, 7 pm.

  April 2017   

Jewish Community Center
of the Greater St. Paul Area

Martin & Esther Capp Building
1375 St. Paul Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55116
Phone: (651) 698-0751
more information coming soon

  January 7 – February 18, 2017  

Gallery 2014

Opening Reception and Artist Talk GALLERY 2014 from 6pm to 9pm

2014 Harrison Street
Hollywood, FL 33020
(954) 505-3291
more information
Sun Sentinel Article


March 5, 2017 – May 30, 2017


The Jewish Museum of Maryland

Loss and Beauty will be shown alongside Remembering Auschwitz, an exhibition with the cooperation of Yad Vashem, The Jewish Heritage Museum, and the Jewish Museum of Maryland. 
Baltimore, Maryland


March 19, 2018 – May 3, 2018


Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia

Bodzin Art Gallery

"Loss and Beauty is a literary work of photography based on Holocaust survivor's diaries. But it is also a uniquely involving visual experience, one that uses masterfully merged photographs to draw one in, establish and hold a mood and ultimately tell a story. Importantly, the work also asks each viewer a searching and timeless question: Can profound loss by addressed by beauty? Keron Psillas' answer, in her deeply realized book and exhibit, is yes."
- Sam Abell