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"Mazal Tov" ~ Marlene Burns ~ Most often used when offering congratulations or wishing good luck, "Mazal Tov" has a deeper message. Mazal, means an "alignment of stars." Each of us is born under an astrological field. Mazal determines personality, circumstances and potential…our destiny. The Jewish people believe that we have the ability to transcend our destiny, as referenced in the Torah, when G-d lifted Abraham above the stars. Mazal also means a "drip from above."

"Thirst" By J. Anne Hamner (American) ~ Artist’s Statement: The piece “Thirst” was born of a question I’d been asking myself: “What constitutes a chassid?” There are many answers to this question, but at the core is a passion, a “thirst” to know G‑d.

"Shabbat Peace" - by Devorah Weinberg. In the painting, the light is coming from within the subject rather than surrounding her. This painting is a tribute to the Jewish woman.

Shema & Teddakah, by Maurice Mahler. "This is one of six windows I created for a Chabad center in New Jersey, based on the Lubavitcher Rebbe's mitzvah campaigns."

Old Jewish Cemetery (Czech Republic). 'With 12,000 gravestones and some 100,000 bodies packed into a space the size of a few suburban gardens, Prague’s old Jewish Cemetery is like no other on earth.'

judaica/colorful mandala home blessing the blessing-bless us all father with the light of your facefrom shaharit prayer. the letters in hebrewin

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A Depression Art Gallery

Ben Shahn (American, b. Lithuania, 1898-1969) East Side Soap Box (Roosevelt Mural Study), 1936 Gouache; 18 1/2 x 12 1/4 in.; 47 x 31.1 cm ...

Menorah of Zechariah’s Vision (Folio 316v), from the Cervera Bible, illuminated by Joseph the Frenchman, Spain, 1299–1300. Tempera, gold, and ink on parchment. Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, Lisbon

Scene in the Jewish Quarter of Constantine, 1851 Théodore Chassériau (French, 1819–1856) Oil on canvas

Fine Art Americafrom Fine Art America

Misheberach Redux Installation IPhone Case for Sale by Marlene Burns

The installation of a 40"x40" genie canvas ( collapsible and ships in a tube, brilliant!)