Solomon’s Song of Songs is known as the love song of the Bible. Like the psalms, it was chanted in biblical times and continues to be chanted and sung in synagogues today. It symbolizes our love story with G-D, both personally and as a people. Thus, the title, “Song of Songs.”
How to Turn the Song of Songs into an Image?
In Genesis chapter 1, the Creator speaks the physical universe into being. According to basic theology held by all branches and denominations of Jews and Christians, the letters of those Hebrew words are the basis – the smallest initial components of the physical universe.
Twenty first century elementary physicists discovered that most basic and tiniest building blocks –the basis of the physical universe present as either pre-mass units or energy units. They call these “strings”. There are amazing parallels between only one font in the world, the Hebrew Torah font of the Bible, and the strings of elementary physics. These correlations can be seen in a short video, Painting with the Big Bang of Genesis, available on ungravenimage.com, the sidebar of this blog, and You Tube, plus it’s completely explained in The Manifesto of Post Conceptual UnGraven Image Art – A Painting’s Meaning is Inherent in its Strokes.
So, how to turn the Song of Songs into an image? By using the original Torah font Hebrew letters of Song of Songs as each stroke to create the image of the Swan Lovers artwork. This visually represents the biblical theology, plus the concept of strings as the basis of physical reality.
The strokes are used in the ways traditional artists use strokes, they are overlapped, interwoven, and used as glazes. Here and there a letter “peeks” out, but even people who can easily read the Hebrew cannot read the scripture texts. The strokes also mimic the invisible-to-us strings that are smaller than atoms, which link together to form atoms and then compounds, overlapping, interweaving, and layering together to form our dimension of the physical universe.
Why use Swans to Portray Song of Songs?
Swans can mate for life – usually. A small percentage of the time they break up, or stray. The numbers for this behavior are at around 3% for swans that have successfully bred and around 9% for those birds yet to breed or have had a failed breeding season. They can reunite and resume their relationship that then lasts a lifetime.
“I am my beloved’s, and my beloved is mine…” — Song of Songs 6:3
How is Swan Lovers Created with Scripture?
In its essential form, in black and white, this artwork shows a loving and romantic pure white swan couple. The entire image was created using only strokes that are the original Torah font letters from the complete Song of Songs, chapters 1-8.
The multi-colored version of Swan Lovers is additionally painted with watercolor pencils. Using watercolor pencils allows me to write the Torah font letters from the scriptures. Then I go over them with a wet paint brush, also using brushes loaded with water to “write” more scripture verses on the waters. Writing with the wet brush allows the pigments from the colored pencils to flow out.
The water’s colors are created with scripture letter-strokes of blues and greens. The birds’ beaks use letter-strokes of orange with shading of reds and pinks. The feathers are shaded with cool violet hues.
“Let him kiss me with the kisses of his mouth: for thy love is better than wine.” – Song of Songs 1:2
Do you believe in the Power – Transforming – Power of Scripture?
The romantic artwork of Swan Lovers (Song of Songs) romantic artwork is more than inspirational art. Since it is created only of the Song of Song scripture it is a way to bless a couple’s relationship. Hang it in the bedroom or the hallway leading to the bedroom. It can bless your home, or it can be an appreciated gift for the home blessing an engaged or newly married couple. It also makes a loving anniversary gift, or romantic gift for your sweetheart.
“He brought me to the banqueting house, and his banner over me was love.“ – Song of Songs 2:4
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Judy Rey Wasserman is an artist and the founder of Post Conceptual Art theory and also the branch known as UnGraven Image Art at ungravenimage.com.
Post Conceptual UnGraven Image Art theory is based at the intersection of ancient spiritual wisdom and cutting-edge contemporary science. It shows us a new and enhanced spiritual and science-based way to see the world. It is a life changing vision that can even become an actual new way of seeing that is a fulfillment of biblical prophecy. Can this be true? See for yourself.
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