Out of Egypt


SOLD at Temple Beth El of Boca Raton
Painting on silk, original 19” X 19” ready to hang, Asian embroidery embellishment.
Watermelon is a scrambling and trailing vine said to have been cultivated in Egypt. The gorgeous pink symbolizes the effort it took the people to leave behind delicious fruit and in some ways the predictability of slavery “to go forward” accepting Torah, humanity’s freedom of choice.

Watercolor on silk is my favorite fine art media: alive, colorful, and abstract. Each unique silk artwork comes spontaneously from my heart; then embellished with my own hand done embroidery. This three dimensional, multi-media piece is professionally framed and ready to adorn your special wall space. For your home, office, gift list, select the silk that catches your eye, uplifts your spirit, and speaks something meaningful to you.

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