Ulysses S. Grant – Ten Commandments Scripture Portrait

The Essence Portrait of Ulysses S. Grant uses the original letters of Exodus 20 (the Ten Commandments) for each and every stroke. Evert Essence Portrait of a USA president uses this text as our Chief Executive’s duty is to administer the federal laws, statutes and especially to protect the Constitution. The Ten Commandments are widely held to be a basis for the ideas, ideals and original laws and the Constitution.

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Green Holly Greetings

Green Holly Greetings is a departure from what we tend to think of as seasonal images, such as decorated evergreen trees, candles, cardinals (all used previously by me), and move into the green that the press covers most at this time of year: Money.

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VOTE 2010

New artwork: Vote 2010 by Judy Rey Wasserman features am image of a USA Dollar Bill created with strokes that are the original letters of Exodus 30 (the Ten Commandments), with Washington saying, “VOTE!”

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George Washington‘s Scripture Portrait (10 Commandments)

Creating a portrait of George Washington with a radical new art theory, perhaps the most radical ever, seems especially fitting as he was one of the most radical and revolutionary people who ever lived. He changed the world despite the indisputable fact that the odds were against him as he stood up to the then greatest most powerful country in the world: England.

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