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Artwork by Esther Rosen. Esther is a chief executive homemaker living in Brookly with her husband and young assistants. During quieter moments, Esther explores various art forms and creative processes, and welcomes opportunities to share her work with others.
A Torah scroll is made up of 304,805 letters. If even one letter is missing or incomplete it renders the entire scroll invalid. This concept serves as a metaphor for the Jewish people; for our nation to be complete each one of us is necessary.During the s...
Artist’s Statement: A timely message in this week's Torah portion - Deuteronomy 3:22.
Artist’s Statement: We are like trees in the field. I was at a class this week and the teacher explained, just like a tree is always growing no matter how old it is, human beings never stop growing. You are never too old to grow.
Artist’s Statement: Pomegranates are so pretty. Every Jew is full of mitzvot like a pomegranate is filled with seeds. Doesn't matter with which part of the Jewish community one identifies with or doesn’t identify with. How learned or unlearned one is. How...
Artist’s Statement: The shofar heralds a new year. We wish each other a sweet new year. Everything Hashem does is good. We want it to be sweet. We want it to taste sweet.
The Story of Purim via Twitter
The Purim story in 21st century style!
By Esther Rosen
Artist’s Statement: Hamantashen. Triangles. Magen David. Purim. Hmmm.
By Esther Rosen
Artist’s Statement: The holy letters of the Alef-Bet. A colorful interpretation.
Artist's Statement: The last night of Chanukah. The last chance to listen to the flames, until next year...
The issue is the individual’s responsibility to care for the body with which G‑d entrusted him, and not to be a burden to his community.
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