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Chaim Leib Zernitsky

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Chaim Leib (Leon) Zernitsky has created fine art and illustrations for international magazines, book publishers and major corporations for over 25 years. He has published over 30 books for children and young adults and won numerous awards. Chaim Leib feels that creating Jewish art is an important part of being a Jewish artist, and his paintings can be found in private collections worldwide.
Artist’s Statement: I know you can hear the sound of shofar, but can you see the sound? I see it all the time. Now you can too. Just look at my painting.
from the upcoming book “Wisdom to Fix the Earth”
Meditation had once been a jailbreak for the mind’s flight from the body. Now it became a way for the body to join with the mind. In Tanya, the goal of both meditation and prayer is to awaken a sense of love and awe that overflows and sweeps up the beast ...
Artist’s Statement: Portrait of Rabbi Yosef Rosin (The Rogatchover Gaon)
Artist’s Statement: This is one of my paintings about how chassidim traveled to visit their Rebbe in old Russia. I have painted a few of these. They really were flying above the world!
Artist’s Statement:Mazal Tov to all brides and grooms! May this painting bring good fortune to all Jewish girls and boys who are seeking their other half.
Artist’s Statement:These men are Klezmer musicians. Klezmer Jewish music is a big part of any simcha.
Part 5 of “Is Midrash For Real?”
Let’s take a story, a really strange one. One that can’t mean what it says, but nevertheless is screaming that it must. Let’s apply what we’ve learned, and see how this one works out.
Part 4 of “Is Midrash For Real?”
That which is absolute truth in the world of the child, in your world is an absurd lie. But don’t imagine your world is any closer to the truth than that of the child.
Artist’s Statement: This art was comissioned for a calendar by Baltimore Jewish community.
Part 3 of “Is Midrash For Real?”
Which world is more real? The world of action, or the world where we perceive the effects of our actions?
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