In the Bible, water, which in the original Hebrew text is the word mayim (pronounced, my-eem), represents Torah (also known as the Pentateuch), which means the written Word.Read More
In an emergency we can consciously access the memories of art that we have viewed, or experienced and bring it along to inform and comfort us as we wait in a hospital or watch as emergency responders tend to the situation.Read More
The Woman of Valor Rosebud – Red is art that celebrates the special women in our lives. Each and every stroke that creates the image is created with a letter from the original Hebrew text of Proverbs 31: 10-31.Read More
Great art is one of the most intimate forms of communication possible between two human beings, the artist and the viewer, as the viewer is able to see through the artist’s eyes.Read More
The artwork image in this blog is of an open book created completely of original Bible texts. It gives new visual meaning the idea of an Open Bible.Read More
One of the most important symbolic animals in the Bible is the lion. It is a Jewish national and cultural symbol, traditionally regarded as the symbol of the Israelite tribe of Judah. In more recent history it has also been adopted as a symbol for the peoples of the English Commonwealth, and the English language. It was also used as a symbol for the emperors of Ethiopia, and in more recent times for the Rastafarian movement.Read More
Many people claim to have a problem – even problems with money in general. Almost no one has a problem with art in general. And yet, money is almost always also art….
Money is art. Money follows art. Anyone who is experiencing a lack of money – or wealth, is most likely also experiencing a lack of authentic, inspiring and visually challenging art.
Genesis Aleph Sunset uses the original Bible’s Torah font letters of Genesis 1-2:7 for each and every stroke. These strokes make it a member of the Genesis: Sunset-Sunrise series. Among other things this series is about moments of inspiration and understandings — those AhHa! moments, when we “see the light”.Read More