THE NEW MIGDAL SYMBOL

was sculptured and hand-embroidered

with passion and crocheted threads in 2019.

I added a frame of gold beads, which adds to its elegant texture.

King David was buried in Migdal David-The David Citadel.

Many people come there to recite the Psalms, which he sang on his violin.

These are the most famous prayers recited in times of need,

and in times that we convey

Happiness and thanks to G-d.

I sprinkled the bright maroon and purple colors

with yellows, greens, blues, and pinks.

The gold metallic paint emphasizes the beauty of Jerusalem's architecture.

They give a relaxed and inviting atmosphere to every living room.

The set includes THE NEW CHURVA SYMBOL, THE NEW MIGDAL SYMBOL,

THE NEW KOTEL SYMBOL, THE  NEW WINDMILL SYMBOL,

THE NEW OMAR SYMBOL, THE NEW TORH MAN SYMBOL,

and THE  NEW AVSHALOM SYMBOL.

THE NEW KOTEL SYMBOL

was sculptured and hand-embroidered

with crocheted threads in 2019.

I added a frame of gold beads, which adds to its elegant texture.

The colorful Kotel is the most visited landmark in Israel.

It absorbs the intense emotions, prayers, and feelings from the people of a

the colors of the spectrum.

The prayers are said in times of pain and sorrow,

and in times of happiness and prosperity.

I sprinkled the bright maroon, purple, red, and blue colors

with yellows and pinks.

The gold metallic paint emphasizes the beauty of Jerusalem's architecture.

They give a relaxed and inviting atmosphere to every living room.

The set includes THE NEW CHURVA SYMBOL, THE NEW MIGDAL SYMBOL,

THE NEW KOTEL SYMBOL, THE  NEW WINDMILL SYMBOL,

THE NEW OMAR SYMBOL, THE NEW TORH MAN SYMBOL,

and THE  NEW AVSHALOM SYMBOL.

The masterpiece is 35x35 cm.

Bring Jerusalem into your Home!

Every Home needs a Rekem!

Bring Jerusalem into your Home!

 

THE NEW MIGDAL SYMBOL ARCHIVAL PRINT

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    Bracha Sorotzkin
    +972-54-953-7907
    brachasorotzkin@rekem-judaica-art.com
    Jerusalem,Israel