And you shall count for yourself seven sabbatical years, seven years seven times. And the days of these seven sabbatical years shall amount to forty nine years for you. You shall proclaim [with] the shofar blasts, in the seventh month, on the tenth of the month; on the Day of Atonement, you shall sound the shofar throughout your land. And you shall sanctify the fiftieth year, and proclaim freedom [for slaves] throughout the land for all who live on it. It shall be a Jubilee for you. (Leviticus 25:8-10)

In the Land of Israel, every seventh year is a Sabbatical year. After seven cycles, a Jubilee year is proclaimed, in which all slaves are set free and all land reverts to its original owner. On the Yom Kippur of this fiftieth year, the Jubilee is ushered in with shofar blasts sounded throughout the land.

In the free movement of the paint, abstract shapes of shofars are suggested, and their blasts seem to rise in golden swirls of paint, expressing the feeling of joy and liberation.

The painting captures this idyllic time when liberty and freedom will be declared in the land. Blue strokes of paint meet with rich green and yellow hues of the verdant soil, representing heaven and earth meeting in a life that will be ideal. The Ramban says that "yovel" (the Hebrew name for the Jubilee) means to transport, and that the Jubilee year will transport everyone and everything back to its source in peace, justice and tranquility.