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Artist’s Statement: This art was comissioned for a calendar by Baltimore Jewish community.
[Editor's note: Over the coming months we will be featuring each of these 12 paintings separately, with their individual explanations, so that you can enjoy the detail and meaning hidden built into each painting.] The 12 Tribes of Israel series has been a...
Artist’s Statement: When we merit the final redemption, everyone will dance together at Am Yisrael’s wedding with G‑d!
Artist’s Statement: This painting, completed in 2002, references Exodus 28.
Artist’s Statement: Just like the Burning Bush, despite centuries of persecution, the faith of the Jewish Nation has not been consumed.
Artist’s Statement: Concrete reminds us of the horror of the Holocaust. The young tree symbolizes our life and immortality in G-d.
Artist's Statement: Am Yisroel Chai is the everlasting statement that the Jewish nation lives on, prevailing regardless of the difficulties that assault us. Physically and spiritually, we stand strong.
By Reuven Meir Herrera
Artist's Statement: Jewish, chassidic, mystical art.
The halls of the specially-decorated Brooklyn Cruise Terminal rocked with energy Sunday night as thousands of people attending the banquet of the 28th annual International Conference of Chabad-Lubavitch Emissaries got up from their chairs to dance at the ...
Traffic clogged along both sides of Brooklyn, N.Y.’s Eastern Parkway Sunday morning as thousands of rabbis assembled for their traditional group photo during the 28th annual International Conference of Chabad-Lubavitch Emissaries. (Photo: Tina Fineberg/Ch...
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