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Jewish Art Featured Item: Shomerit Yisrael

Jewish Art Featured Item: Shomerit Yisrael

As always, we keep the wish for peace in Israel deeply in our hearts. This piece was inspired by a trip my son Michael and grandson Ezra made to Israel. A dream inspired this illumination revealing that from the hearts and souls of all women, we will be blessed with... Read the Rest...
Jewish Art Featured Item: Pomegranates

Jewish Art Featured Item: Pomegranates

These lucious, brightly colored pomegranates will enhance any room in your home. The image is inspired by “Song of Songs” – “When the pomegranates are in bloom, I will show you my love”. Framed and double matted 14” x 12”. Printed with archival ink on fine art velvet... Read the Rest...
Jewish Art Featured Item: A Woman Of Valor

Jewish Art Featured Item: A Woman Of Valor

This image of beautiful orchids, juxtaposed with an updated interpretation of our beloved “Eishet Chayil – A Woman of Valor”, brings new and deeper meaning for today’s woman. It is printed with archival ink on fine art velvet paper. The English artistic interpretation... Read the Rest...
Featured Item: Two Sided Hamsah

Featured Item: Two Sided Hamsah

One side says “this too shall pass” and the other “it’s all for the good”. It’s a truly beautiful and meaningful piece of jewelry. It’s sterling silver and 1.25” long. The cost includes silver chain and shipping. Read the Rest...
Jewish Art Featured Item: Bat Mitzvah

Jewish Art Featured Item: Bat Mitzvah

This meaningful Bat Mitzvah image will be treasured by the Bat Mitzvah young woman, her parents, teachers and rabbis. This image brings forth special blessings from our Matriarchs, Sarah, Rebecca, Rachel and Leah. It is complete with a beautiful silver and gold, wood... Read the Rest...
Judaic Art Featured Item: Baby Naming

Judaic Art Featured Item: Baby Naming

“With Each Child the World Begins Anew” Welcome your new child with this lovely image which will grow with your child and bring gladness and joy to any nursery. Great, also for proud new grandparents. I painted this for my first grandson, Steven and the world has... Read the Rest...

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