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Gallery: Judaica
Frame: wood over plexiglas
Year: 1989
Media: sumi ink with watercolor on archival paper
'Bezalel's Vision' was created as an answer to one of the many questions I had concerning the second commandment. 'Who was the first Jewish artist?' Inspiration for this portrait of the legendary artist & mastercraftsman was found in Chapter 31, verses 1-5 of the Book of Exodus. This artwork was shown in the exhibit, 'Encountering The Second Commandment' at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh, the first international gathering of Jewish-themed art from around the world in 2000. It was juried by Robin Cembalest, editor of ARTNews Magazine and was awarded first prize in the competition.
Dimensions: 40 x 53
Price: 5000.00

Gicleé prints on archival paper are available here.

Bezalel's Vision