“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.
30X40 Acrylic on Canvas.
Har Sinai- Original
This painting is my living inspired - The Alef Bet are falling down, out of the luchot and into our hearts. It’s sometimes hard to grasp and live inspired, with the daily grind...but we try the best we can. They represent the mitzvot and so much depth in the Torah. Shavuot renews that for us, and for the rest of the year we can get back to those highest heights. Thank G-d for the holiday and for the AlefBet... PS: my favorite part is the shadow on the top of the mountain...what’s yours?
24" X 24"
Bais Hamikdash- Original
I wanted to depict it’s holiness, spirituality, majestic ness - all of it!! With much effort and prayer, this painting that you’re looking at, came forth. Then I found mother of pearl paint, which gave the Bais Hamikdash (Temple) the most ethereal feeling and it was complete. I added people walking, to inspire us. To make it real. May we be so fortunate to see this our real lives.
30X40 Acrylic & Gold Leaf on canvas
This Is Life
THIS IS LIFE!The other day my friend posted a hachnasat Sefer Torah.It was true magic and completely rejuvenating! One could easily understand that Torah is more precious than any gold or silver...
I saw it.The dancers.. Then I decided to add gold and silver leaf all around the people, symbolizing this very concept - Torah is life, more than anything else. •
I think the world of social media can be used for so much good and am so thankful for all of your beautiful inspiration.
36” x 48” acrylic on canvas
Hopes and dreams
I painted trees and grass all around this painting to signify life, growth and patience. So much of what we do is setting the ground work. It isn’t till much later that we see The fruits of our labor. Marriage is full of that. Everything is a process and we have to be so patient. Patient with each other and patient with our goals and dreams. Just like trees, they need strong foundations to grow. Once they do, the grow big! 36” x 48”
acrylic on canvas
Go deep into the waters of your soul, there you’ll find the answers.Seeing the vastness of water is so comforting.It’s all there, all of our tefillos - Going up with precipitation and raining back down on us.Shefa Bracha and Haztlacha from the pool above.Ask, pray, believe and be open to receive.