The artist was commissioned to create the 12 foot bronze sculpture as a memorial to the survivors of World War II. It was dedicated on the campus of Brooklyn College, New York in 1989. Also in the collection of Harvard University, gifted by Time Warner Inc.
The International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation, presented to Ann Froman, the 2011 Raoul Wallenberg Award. For her exceptional creativity and masterful creation of the bronze sculpture “SURVIVAL”. It demonstrates the Heroism of Raoul Wallenberg the Swedish Diplomat in his 30’s saving 100,000 Jewish people from annihilation during World War II.
Struggles For Life
Out of the Ashes
With all the intelligence in our world
Can’t we all join hands and stop the hate
To keep peace in this Jewish State
If and when this comes true,
Let us do this in the whole world too
Ireland, Bosnia, Somalia too
All join hands and start anew
Never to shed blood from war again
Is something we all can comprehend
Never to ever have a Lost Generation
Is something we all have waited for in every nation
So, dear people on our great planet
Give me your hand and a hug
For you know who is watching from above
And smiling and waiting for us all to Love.
In the Collections of: Temple B’nai B’rith, Wilkes Barre, PA
and The Florida Holocaust Museum, St Petersburg, FL
In the Collection of: Schulamith School for Girls Brooklyn NY
In the Collection: of Riverdale Temple, Bronx NY & the Baptist Home ,AZ.