Doctors are, by and large, not creative or artistic people. With feet firmly on the ground, they are usually concerned with more practical preoccupations. Jacob Nusbacher, known to his friends as Jack, is an exception. A retired hematologist, he is also a photographer and an exhibition of his work was held recently in Ra’anana, where he has lived since 1989.
“Some of my pictures are straightforward and depict scenes from nature in the local park, which I visit often,” he says. “But in this digital age you can do certain things with the computer to get a more abstract effect.”