October 12, 2012
Westerville, OH—Otterbein University will host an event featuring presentations by
author Dr. Anna Ornstein and artist Stewart Goldman at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 31,
at Fisher Gallery in Roush Hall, 27 S. Grove St.
The event will be held in conjunction with the Fisher Gallery exhibition of Goldman’s
illustrations for Ornstein’s memoir, My Mother’s Eyes: Holocaust Memories of a
Young Girl, which the Jewish Book World described as a “beautifully designed,
delicately illustrated, impressionistic narration, which conveys a child’s acceptance if
not comprehension of everything that is transpiring.” The exhibition will be on display
through Dec. 7.
Dr. Ornstein is emerita professor of child psychiatry at the University of Cincinnati.
She is a graduate of the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis, a Training and Supervising
analyst at the Cincinnati Psychoanalytic Institute and a Supervising Analyst at the The
Boston Psychoanalytic Society & Institute (BPSI). Dr. Ornstein's publications range from
articles on the interpretive process in psychoanalysis, psychoanalytic psychotherapy,
and child psychotherapy to the process of recovery following the survival of extreme
conditions. She is the co-author of several theoretical and clinical papers with her
husband, Paul H. Ornstein.
Goldman is an award-winning artist and teacher of international renown. His work
has been exhibited throughout the United States, the Ukraine and Germany for over
four decades. He retired from the Art Academy of Cincinnati in 2001, where he was a
professor of painting. Born and educated in Philadelphia, Stewart has lived in Cincinnati
For more information, contact Professor Lou Rose at email@example.com.