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There Was Light – Harriet Goren

Artist Harriet Goren created this work (giclée print made from digital painting) to honor the memory of her friend Remie.

In the artist’s words:

“In addition to being a strong, determined, endlessly creative and loving wife, mother, and friend with a wonderful sense of humor, she was also a renowned scholar of the medieval Arabic world who focused on how people lived their daily lives. This text, and Esther, reminded me of her spirit and soul. The design is inspired by Arabic calligraphy, and the colors evoke the sand and water that she loved.”

Books and Blintzes is proud to share this image, inspired by the words of this month’s Jewish Text Art Challenge. Please respect the creative and legal rights of the artist and do not copy, share, or distribute this work without her permission.

More information about the artist and her work can be found at https://www.gorenjudaica.com/.

 

Adar - la'yhudim hayta orah v'simcha, Jewish Text Art Challenge Galleries

Dancing for Joy – Ellen Miller Braun

Artist Ellen Miller Braun’s beautiful micrography, will have anyone ready to celebrate! This piece “Dancing for Joy” features the verse from the Book of Esther that is this month’s Jewish Text Art Challenge. Let yourself be swept up in the silliness and pure joy of this holiday.

Chag Purim Sameach!

A Happy Purim to All!

To find out more about Ellen Miller Braun’s art, please visit www.ellenmillerbraun.com.

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