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Judaica
My Jewish faith lets my soul soar to a higher realm which sometimes is beyond my comprehension. I express my love for HaShem (G-d)
by painting Judaic Art and I hope that it will radiate a little light into your soul.

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Prayer Field
Oil
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This painting is based on Hitbodedut - the Prayer Field...Even when we are on the way to keep our appointment with HaShem, he is greeting us by opening the heavens....


Bringing Heaven Down To Earth
Acrylic
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Easy said but this was my most difficult painting that I ever painted. It is not because of the technique but the subject. At times be careful what you ask for. I asked HaShem (G-d) to help with my work. He did not make it easy this time. He locked my hands where I was only able to paint at times for ten minutes all the other times He pushed me to study so I will be able to understand what I am painting. I have studied for months and I was brought to highs and lows that took all my energy because to understand just a little bit what is going on in heaven you have to experience both.
Our Holy Torah, Psalms and communicating with HaShem gave me the strength to complete this painting. Many experiences I am not able to write about because it is still incomprehensible to me but a little gift that I received the angel on the right appeared by itself when I was working on the sky. There is only on thing that I can share there is a Heaven and HaShem rules everything and only through our Holy Torah and our Zaddikim are we able to bring Heaven down to earth. Look closely you are able to see a man that looks like a Chassid, I did not plan this painting this way, it is truly a message from heaven.

Spirtiual Healing Netilah Yadaim
Mixed Media
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This painting came to be through meditation asking G-D to show me a painting for spiritual healing; spiritual healing is the root to heal our body from any illness. The next day I received this thought to paint Netilah Yadiam, to explain it; in Judaism in the morning after we say the prayer Modai Ani (Offering thanks upon awaking to be made aware of G-D’s presence and thanking him by returning our soul) we recite Netilah Yadiam the prayer over the hands to receive spiritual cleansing by pouring water over our hands to cleanse us from any impurity that attached itself doing the night. I went even further and asked G-D to show me the painting and it took another day and He revealed it to me by seeing it clear in my minds eye.
When I started to paint I was in constant communication with G-D to guide me and I asked Him to send healing energy into the painting. G-D send the energy he sent so much that I had to asked him to stop because it was to much for me to handle. As I continued to paint I started to notice the problem that I suffered in my throat and stomach area it started to pulsate and today I am ok. My son who smoked for many years stopped smoking the same day when I asked him to look at the painting he is a non-smoker today. The white line represents the infinite light and the water represents our Holy Torah. I hope by looking at the painting G-D will reveal to you your inner desire that needs to be corrected so the healing process can begin, may it be physical or spiritual.

Hafrashat Challah
Mixed Media
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The Jewish calendar follows the lunar year. The renewal of the moon marks the beginning of the month, Rosh Chodesh. What a beautiful time to take the opportunity to say thank you to HaShem and to recite blessings for the sick, family, friends or country. We are a group of woman who study Torah together, and we also try to get together for Rosh Chodesh to bake Challah or Pita and when we netting the dough this is the time to recite these blessing and to perform the mitzvah separating the dough which is the actual Challah. It is a very spiritual experience and the food is yummy.
Recipe for Baking Challah

Rosh Hashanah Sounding of the Shofar
Original Watercolor
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What is Rosh Hashanah?
The anniversary of the creation of Adam and Eve, a day of judgment and coronation, the sounding of the shofar . . .


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Angel of Comfort
Watercolor
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It was painful creating this painting it was right after a terror attack in Israel. I saw this picture in the Jerusalem Post this man sitting in grieve praying. I was thinking what pain it must be to loose a loved one to such cruelty. I started the painting and completed the men and did not know what to put in the background so I put it aside for almost a year. After the year I took it out to take a look at it again thinking about the background and then the thought came to me “Angel of Comfort”, I realized HaShems mercy creating angels to assist us in our deepest sorrow.

Rachel Imeinu
Watercolor & Acrylics
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Rachel our biblical mother who was weeping because see foresaw the exile of her children,
it is also foretold that she will see the ingathering of the exile that will pass her tomb. Rachel’s Tomb one of the most spiritual place I have ever been. I painted her waiting for her children to return.
2170 .. 1590 BCE Rachel’s Birth


Witnessed
Watercolor & Acrylics
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Morning prayers witnessed by an angel.
My son doing the mitzvah putting on tefillin, it was a delight to paint him imagining him in the spiritual realm.

Talit
Watercolor
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I used my husbands Tallit , bag and books for this painting.

Foundation
Watercolor
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When G-d gave the Torah to the Jewish people one of the commandments is to keep Sabbath. Foundation is an inspiration of that commandment.

Shana Tova
Watercolor
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Rosh Hashanah a time to repent and for woman the joy cooking for the holidays which is a big mitzvah. Check out these recipes from different backgrounds for the holidays. Enjoy

Rosh Hashanah Recipes


Pesach
Watercolor
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It commemorates the emancipation of the Israelites from slavery in ancient Egypt.

About Passover
Passover Recipes & Foods


Sukkot
Watercolor
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The Sukkah, the Four Kinds, the "Water-Drawing Celebrations," the meaning of unity,
the dynamics of joy...

What is Sukkot?
Sukkot Recipes


Old City Jerusalem
Watercolor
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Psalms 137:5
If I forget thee, O Jerusalem, let my right hand forget her cunning.


Discovery
Oil
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My little grandson who loves his talit (prayer shawl) is exploring his fish in the glass bowl.
I like to convey with this painting his spiritual and worldly life in perfect harmony.


Chanukah
Acrylic
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My other little grandson who was born in the month of December (the Jewish month of Kislev) right before Chanukah, I decided to paint him in a spiritual realm experiencing the joy of the holiday.

Chanukah
Hanukkah Recipes


Noah
Watercolor
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I painted this painting a long time ago. Something wonderful happen in the painting which I discovered later on and let me assure you I did not plan this. On the right side in the painting three letters appeared a Zady, Yud and Shin (you don’t see the Zady well on the print) wow was I surprised and asked my family if they see the same, they said yes. I was wondering what it could mean and the only explanation I came up with is this. The Zady stand for a Zadik (a righteous man) which in that time Noah was, the Yud in gematria relates to heaven and earth (Judgment from heaven the flood) and the Shin stands for Shaddai which is one of HaShems name which is also a shield from HaShem.





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