Dear Friends,
Many years ago, when I escaped form Dachau, I promised myself that if I should survive, I would dedicate my artistic life to perpetuating the memory of the Holocaust. I have created many different works of art in my lifetime, but most poignantly important are the ones standing in Carmiel today, and hopefully forever. From deep within my heart, I created them in honor of those who perished, those who have survived and those who follow and need to remember.
The park at Carmiel is entitled "The History of the Jewish People" and including three groupings: "Holocaust", "Aliyah", and "Hope". It depicts people who know that their end will be, but never give up hope and their faith in G-d. These are actual pictured I have in my mind from my horrible existence in Dachau.
Sincerely Yours,
Nicky Imber
PS. Near life size bronze replicas of these pieces may be seen in Memphis, Tennessee, USA. I am eternally grateful to Mr. Jack Belz for making this possible by establishing the Holocaust garden memorial at the Baron Hirsch Congregation of Memphis.

Nicky Imber passed away in 1996, in Vienna, Austria, after devoting his life to the world of art and his repute stands for all of his outstanding creations around the world.
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