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The Ninth of Av: Throwing the Keys Up to Heaven

When offering words of comfort to a mourner we reference the destruction of the Temple. The traditional invocation expresses our wish that the mourner be comforted “among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem”. It is generally understood that the two are connected because they both…

The Minimalism of Adi Sidler’s Jerusalem

Adi Sidler is an Israeli artist who was born in Tel Aviv in 1970. From a young age he showed a passion for designing and creating art. He attended the prestigious Bezalel Arts Academy in Jerusalem, where he not only graduated with honors but also…

The Art of David Gerstein

David Gerstein is a brand name in Israel and he is considered a popular Israeli artist. His work can be found in homes and galleries around the world. He is famous for designing a playground in Jerusalem, and his sculptures dot the landscape of the…

Bring Brightness To Your Sabbath Table

The sacramental blessing over wine on the Jewish Sabbath is fundamentally what sanctifies the day, turning an ordinary Saturday into the Jewish holy Sabbath. Routinely, the wine for that blessing is contained in a beautiful cup that honors the moment of sanctification and allows people…

Artist Expresses Love for Jerusalem through Art

Jordana Klein is an American/Israeli artist with a passion for creating beautiful, Judaica-themed paintings. When she was a child, Klein discovered that painting was a sort of therapy for her. It was equal parts calming and exhilarating, as she was able to see different ideas…

Artist Incorporates Jerusalem in her Works

Growing up in Haifa, Ruth Rudin showed a passion for art from a young age. She began channeling her creative juices at the WIZO Haifa Academy of Design and Education. After graduating from WIZO, Ruth headed to the United States to continue her education at…
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