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Davora Lilian

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Davora Lilian has studied art, architecture and interior design for most of her life. Daughter of Holocaust survivors from a Hasidic background, the artist is now focused on fusing her love of abstract art and Hasidut in order to inspire others with the joys of Jewish life. By painting in bright colors, abstràct images and Kabbalistic shapes, her goal is an illusion to the world to come. The artist has a personal dream and vision of bringing art and inspiring young artists for the future Redemption. Davora lives in Connecticut with her husband, and has 3 children.
The same way I invest in the organization and beauty of my physical house, I can invest in the beauty of my spiritual home, permeating it with the knowledge of G‑dliness and holiness.
Artist’s Statement: With great joy and gratitude to G-d, we can pray with beautiful visions. These visions of colors and images can help us to imagine the beauty of the third Temple and the world to come.
By Davora Lilian
Artist’s Statement: From the time of the Baal Shem Tov until the Holocaust, chassidim in the shtetls celebrated Shabbat in the most mystical manner. The holiness created an atmosphere so intense that one could imagine the synagogue hanging in the heavens!...
By Davora Lilian
Artist's Statement: For thousands of years our sages have been telling us about the coming of Moshiach. We consider our world real and vivid, but when Moshiach arrives we will realize that the World to Come is the real one, and this world is only an illus...
By Davora Lilian
Artist's Statement: Bringing color to the Jewish nation is the goal of Art for the Soul. Chassidic music has been elevated to a very high level but is still black and white. I dream of seeing Chabad mitzvah vans in color as well as the large Menorahs! Let...
By Davora Lilian
Artist's Statement: Inspired by psalm 126, "When The Lord will return the exiles of Zion, we will have been like dreamers". Bright colors, distorted images and Kabbalistic designs are all painted to remind us that some day this world will seem to us as no...
By Davora Lilian
Artist's Statement: Just as Chanukah is only an allusion in the Torah, so too is the World to Come. "No eye has seen it," as written in the Talmud. By using bright colors. Abstract images, and Kabbalistic shapes, the intention is too excite the viewer to ...
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