“Je Suis Charlie Eiffel Tower 1st Night of Hanukkah 2015”, is meant for both Christians and Jews, and anyone else who wishes to participate in a much needed festival of light to dispel the darkness that encroaches.Read More
This image of the Eiffel Tower is created with strokes of letters from Psalms 1 and 23.The image below of the Eiffel Tower is created with strokes of letters. These letters are the original Hebrew letters in the Bible that comprise Psalm 1 and Psalm 23. It is an artistic response of hope, determination and even triumph in relation to the terrorist attacks on Paris on November 13, 2015 by radical Islamists.
. These letters are the original Hebrew letters in the Bible that comprise Psalm 1 and Psalm 23.Read More
Often Christmas and Hanukkah coincide as Hanukkah is celebrated for eight full days. At this time of year, we seem to have a communal need to celebrate and light lights, perhaps due to the longest winter days in the Northern Hemisphere.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
The Biblically commanded holiday of Rosh HaShannah celebrates the creation of Adam, the first human. As such it is understood as the birth of humankind, making it a kind of second birthday that you and I share. We all share this birthday, whatever religion, faith, creed or ideas that we each follow.Read More
This image of an olive branch can stand alone, but I am going to use it in the In God We Trust series on value, worth and money as a part of a new art as money bill.
The strokes come from Psalm 4, which is about peace, as an olive branch is a symbol for peace.Read More
The image of Lamb of Joy below is a kind of one-size-fits-all for the story of Passover and Easter. But when I see it, I think of King David, when he was just a shepherd boy stuck out on the backside of the desert. Maybe that is due to my personal feeling of being stuck out in a “desert” as I wrestled to turn inspiration, information, revelation and art into a cohesive, entertaining (and at times funny), inspirational and informative book.Read More