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"Shabbot Shalom"

by Melanie Feldman

"The Painter of Women"

Shabbot Shalom

The name of this painting in Hebrew means “welcome sabbath” which can apply to any religion.

I used a stained glass effect to represent my Judeo-Christian life influences.

Her bowed head represents humility.

All the colors used are common in all religions; the red in Buddhism, white in Hinduism, blue in Kabbalah and Judaism, gold in Sikhism, and many of the colors of Christianity.

I am fortunate enough to have personal relationships with people of all these faiths.

I celebrate them all.

So, Shabbot Shalom; welcome sabbath.

What rituals does your family have to welcome the Sabbath?

Welcome to my world! My name is Melanie!

MEDIUM: Watercolor & Gouche on Paper
DIMENSIONS OF ORIGINAL PAINTING: 11"X14" Black Frame with Gold Fillet & Glass 18"x21"

8"x10"Gyclee's Mounted in 11"x14" Double Mat Boards - $35

11"x14"Gyclee's Mounted in 16"x20" Double Mat Boards - $95

Call 813-685-4343 to Invest in my Original Paintings or my decorator Gyclees

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