This painting captures the splitting of the Yom Suf (Sea of Reeds). It is a reminder to trust in GD completely and to know that He is running our lives.
Digital print : a high quality print on 10 ML, acid free specialty paper. It needs to be framed. It can be framed without glass, and be shellacked by our framer. (limited availability)
The original painting was scanned to ensure quality. Each stroke is vivid and clear for the viewer to see.
This print is signed and dated by Yaeli.
Please allow up to three weeks for production and shipment.
Framed Prints: Once the print is ordered, it is printed and then brought over to the framing gallery. That takes about two weeks. Then, you'll send over images of your space, decor, swatches or aesthetic and based upon that and the artwork, we match five top frames that compliment it best. Then we send the images over to you and you choose the one that you like best. We can always send more options based upon request.
There is a flat shipping rate of $75 for framed prints. You're welcome to pick it up as well. For international shipping, the charge will vary. Please email Sara@yaelifineart.com for custom rates.
Acrylic: An acrylic is 1/4 piece of a acrylic. The art is lazer printed directly on the acrylic. There is a cleet in the back for hanging. Up to size 30" x 40"
If you would like an acrylic in a larger size, please email email@example.com.
Please allow 3-4 weeks for production. Due to the size and weight of the acrylic, there is a shipping fee. please contact us for your custom size and shipping amount.
Perspective; The Parting
This is why art is so perfect - it speaks volumes when there are no words! With that I present to you: "Perspective; The Parting".
36" x 36" Acrylic on canvas
Yitzchack & Rivka
“What’s meant to be will always find a way” This painting started of with a splash of iridescent pearl white and then some curls of gold. I turned my back to fill up on some more paint and when I laid eyes on the canvas I saw it. Yitzchak and Rivka. It was in that week's parasha, (and no, it’s not a coincidence - It was on my mind and we focus on what’s in our heads). I went with it! There is symbolism here with the colors. The female and male energy is as different as black and white. There is much play with that as you can see. There is also gold leaf in the middle, symbolizing that when a couple brings together their unique colors and sync their energy as a team, as one, they create magic.