You’re listening to Jewish Latin Princess. I’m Yael Trusch, Your Host. We’re back with Hedy Pagremanski, Holocaust survivor and NYC Street Artist. We left off with her telling us why she always knew she’d marry Jewish. What about raising the next generation with a sense of accountability to a higher standard of morality? Anger after the Holocaust? How did her husband get rid of it? What was under all that anger? A powerful lesson for all of us. Volunteering, giving back to those most alienated from society – those in the prison system, those with disabilities – as part of their family life. Light amidst the darkness is such a theme here. Repairing a broken world and the Pagremanski’s certainly knew about a broken world. What did Hedy learn from all those experiences? There’s surviving and thriving. How did Hedy and Eric Pagremanski thrive? What was the price of entry into Hedy’s paintings and Why? Including anecdotes about her paintings of New York City, her favorite NYC corner to paint, and her commissions from Wall Street mongols, among others. More than a few tears were shed, even at unexpected points during this interview. Here’s the lovely Hedy Pagremanski.