Artist and former judge Daniella Wexler's new book, "My Life Under the Tree" integrates art and text about loss, and the power of loss as a leverage for happiness and renewed creativity. The pictures, painted in acrylic on canvas over two years, between 2018 and 2020, reflect on landmark events in her family's history, chronicling in bold colors a process of sorrow and joy, tears and laughter. Wexler immigrated to Israel as a child with her family from France after World War II. Her late husband Uzi Wexler was among the major developers of Jerusalem. She spoke to KAN reporter Naomi Segal about how the book reflects on the prominence of her loved ones in her life, and her own emergence as head of her family. A book launch and exhibition of her paintings is scheduled for March 18th, at the Tova Osman Gallery in Tel Aviv.