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Sara Seldowtiz

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Sara was born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Vibrant colors, rhythm and balance in nature influences her compositions. Sara, a self-taught artist, has enjoyed creating artwork since she was a child and has experimented with different techniques and mixed media. Sara combines rich colors and texture in her paintings inspired by Jewish themes and ancient texts. In her creative artwork she hopes to express the joy of living in G-d's world. Sara lives with her family in Brooklyn, NY.
Nechama and Yakov were genetically ill-matched, but deeply in love and consistently kind to one another, even under such duress. They also wanted to expand their family, but not at the risk of having another child who might die.
When the Jewish people journeyed through the desert, they were doing more than covering physical ground; they were taking a series of progressive spiritual steps.
Artist’s Statement: I dedicate this painting to single mothers. ”Your children will be like olive plants around your table.” (Psalms 128)
At the giving of the Torah, the Jewish people camped in front of the mountain, so united they were likened to one person with one heart.
Artist’s Statement: To the Macabees in all of us!
The Tree of Life first appears in the Bible in the story of Adam and Eve when they were in the Garden of Eden.
Artist’s Statement: A Jewish couple under the chuppah, shaped as the trunk of a tree which represents their life together, sustained by the Torah and mitzvahs they’ll live by.
By Sara Seldowitz
Artist's Statement: A Jewish couple under the chuppah (marriage canopy) is the beginning of a new family and entity; a holy moment that links generations of Jews together. We know from the Chassidic masters that the couple's deceased ancestors are spiritu...
By Sara Seldowitz
Artist's Statement: This picture depicts the Torah scroll as a map, alluding to the fact that its teachings are a personal guide for inner peace, as well as the divine map for global peace.
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