The Song of Songs turns into an image by using the original Torah font Hebrew letters of scripture texts as each stroke to create the image of the Swan Lovers artwork.Read More
Events of the 20th Century proved that over time three items remain the best investments. Whatever the markets, discoveries or inventions produce, through the ups and downs of inflations, recessions and even depressions, fine art, precious metals and precious gems stand out as on-going excellent investments.Read More
Here is a newly completed finished $10 USA bill (#Bible ‘s Exodus 20 – the Ten Commandment’s original letters are the basic strokes and Leviticus 19 are the portrait’s strokes) for my Art as Money project, which is a part of my In God We Trust series.Read More
A new soon to launch art project by Judy Rey Wasserman will explore the creation, understanding and use of wealth through rendering money and objects that are exchanged as wealth, but have no intrinsic value themselves.Read More
Anyone with knowledge of art history can predict art’s future. This is because history repeats itself – only in new configurations that use and stimulate the science, technology and social insights of its time(s).Read More
Fine art prints offer an entry point into real art collecting.
Art collecting can be rewarding financially, esthetically, socially and even spiritually.Read More
Visual art sells.
It not only sells itself, it sells and promotes what it is associated with – including governments, products and individual identity.Read More