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Jewish Art for the Soul

Starry Shema

October 27, 2014
Acrylic on Stretched Canvas
Acrylic on Stretched Canvas

Artist’s Statement: This is a painting of the repeated letters of the words “Hear, O Israel, the L-rd is our G‑d, the L-rd is One,” in Hebrew in gold on dark blue with silver, white, and light blue.

Noah Sending out the Dove

October 23, 2014

Artist’s Statement: Noah sending out the dove.

Genesis 9:5

October 22, 2014
Acrylic on Canvas
Acrylic on Canvas

Artist’s Statement: This is a painting of the full Hebrew text of Genesis 9:5-28 in the colors of the rainbow, especially pastels, on a gold background.

Rebuilding the Fallen Sukkah of David

October 15, 2014

Artist’s Statement: "May the Merciful One restore for us the fallen sukkah of David." -From Grace After Meals on Sukkot

Simchat Beit Hashoeva

October 13, 2014

Artist’s Statement: Simchat Beit Hashoeva - the joyous water drawing ceremony in the Holy Temple in Jerusalem.

Inside the Sukkah

October 7, 2014

Artist’s Statement: “For a seven-day period you shall live in booths. Every resident among the Israelites shall live in booths, in order that your [ensuing] generations should know that I had the children of Israel live in booths when I took them out of the land of Egypt. I am the L‑rd, your G‑d.” (Leviticus 23:42–43)

Fire & Water

October 3, 2014

Artist’s Statement: Inspired by the words of the "Unetaneh Tokef" prayer said on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, this piece is titled "Fire and Water."

We begin a new year, full of potential, both positive and otherwise. This year may we LIVE, thrive, and be blessed, by fire and water.


October 1, 2014
Acrylic on Canvas
Acrylic on Canvas

Artist’s Statement: Prayer unites the Jewish nation.

Creative works exploring life and Judaism composed by a spectrum of Jewish artists.

"The primary talent of an artist is his ability to step away from the externalities of the thing and, disregarding its outer form, gaze into its innerness and perceive its essence, and to be able to convey this in his painting.This is how an artist can serve his Creator." — The Rebbe

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