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Artist’s Statement: I thank You, Living and enduring King, for You have graciously returned my soul within me–great is Your faithfullness.
Artist’s Statement: This is the modeh ani prayer, said immediately upon awakening each morning, painted in sunrise colors: blue, orange, red, yellow, silver, gold and white.
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.
Artist’s Statement: This is one of six windows I created for a Chabad center in New Jersey, based on the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s mitzvah campaigns.
Artist’s Statement: This painting was inspired by a sermon I once heard. When you break down the sounds of the name of one of our most sacred prayers, "Shema," it instills in us a sense of peace and comfort. It is the kind of peace and comfort that comes ...
Artist’s Statement: Gate, way out, extraction, exteriority, the communication.
Artist’s Statement: This image is an expression of the prayer said by mourners during the mourning period and on the anniversary of a family member’s death. It does not refer to our loved ones; It sanctifies G-d’s name and affirms life. Our sages displaye...
By Marlene Burns
Artist’s Statement: This painting expresses the watchwords of Judaism—the Shema prayer Hear, O Israel, the L-rd is our G-d, the L-rd is One. Blessed be the name of the glory of His kingdom forever and ever. In the background, the red color field symbolize...
By David Baruch Wolk
Artist’s Statement: My efforts are to filter and sift through the artistic knowledge I have collected until only the truth remains. For this I connect myself only and always to the words of the Torah, in the understanding that the letters of the Holy scri...
By David Ariel de Guglielmi
Artist’s Statement: The synagogue equals life and joy, and colors represent life and joy. So the colorful synagogue conveys life and joy.
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