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Who's Huldah? Jewish Women of the Bible
Hebrew Union College –JIR Museum
One West Fourth St, New York NY
February 3- June 30 2015

 


Garments of LIfe

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HAGAR. You are the One that Sees Me (2014)

Jewish Women of thE Bible

HAGAR. You are the One that Sees Me (2014)
Digital Collage. Fine Art Print on Cotton Rag Paper, Charcoal and Charcoal Pencils, Color Pencils, Gold Leaf, Wire Grill Bristles Brush; 17¾ W x 20½ H Inches (Framed)

Hagar, the Egyptian handmaid of Sarah, forced to flee to the desert after becoming pregnant by Abraham, is looking upwards.  She encounters a Divine Messenger.   In this image, ‘You are the One that Sees Me,’ the gold leaf flakes and multi-colored light rays represent God speaking directly to her.

TAMAR Claims Her Rights (2014)
Digital Collage. Fine Art Print on Cotton Rag Paper, Charcoal and Charcoal Pencils, Color Pencils, Wire Grill Bristles Brush, Gold Leaf, Antique Gold Wax Metallic Finish; 21¾ W x 25½ H Inches (Framed)

After two of her husbands, both sons of Judah, were killed by God for their wickedness, Tamar decides to get justice for herself and secure her rights. She is viewed in this image lying down on the stones with her face veiled so that she will be unrecognizable. The light rays surrounding and piercing her depict both her link to God and to the twins she will conceive by her father-in-law, one of whom will be an ancestor of King David.  The deeply scratched image represents Tamar’s willingness to face adversity to secure her own future and place in posterity. 


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