This powerful work of art by sculptor Suse Lowenstein (formerly of) Mendham,
New Jersey (now currently making her home in Montauk, Long Island), depicts
the grief that overwhelmed the families of victims of Pan Am 103 in the
instant tey learned of this terrible tragedy on December 21, 1988. ...
"Among the victims of this tragedy was ALexander Lowenstein, the 21 year old
son of the artist. What began as an effort to express her personal loss,
gradually evolved into the current exhibit of 43 statues of the wives and
mothers who lost a child or a husband in the bombing. Within each sculpture
lies a personal momento of the victim. The result is a passionate statement
on man's inhumanity to man and the devastating effects of terrorism and
violence on the human community
Please double click on each photo to view the enlarged picture.