Hundreds of unique traditional and contemporary Star of David necklaces by top Israeli artists. Makes the perfect gift for a wedding, birthday, Bat Mitzvah, or any special occasion.
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Whether you're looking for a classic wool tallit, a modern tallit, or even highly fashionable artistic tallit, you will find what you're looking for here!
This gorgeous wall hanging features the Biblical verse from King David's wisdom, Im eshkachech Yerushalayim, tishkach yemini ("If I forget you, O Jerusalem, may my right hand forget itself.") (Psalms 137:5). A beautiful prayer for our times, and a wonderful gift for anybody.
These beautiful works of contemporary Jewish art will energize your Passover Seder with their stylish elegance which you can use year after year.
Covered in highly embossed leatherette, with the page edges painted in gold leaf, the book is a beautiful as it is practical. This book, intended for the entire family, features an array of blessings, dedications, prayers, and hymns for the Sabbath and holidays.
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The incredible story of Israel's rebirth - this landmark series is the masterpiece of Israeli documentaries and the crowning achievement of Israeli television.
Show your support for the strong alliance of America and Israel, who share the role as the world leading representatives of the values of freedom, democracy and human rights.
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Castel Grand Vin - Castel's premium red wine. It is made from a selection of the best vineyards. It is a blend of 70% Cabernet Sauvignon, 22% Merlot and 8% Petit Verdot, Cabernet Franc and Malbec.
This beautiful seven-branched silver menorah is modeled after the golden menorah that once stood in the Holy Temple of Jerusalem.
Make your Passover Seder an unforgettable experience with one of these stunning Elijah cups! An Elijah cup is one of the most beautiful customs of the Passover Seder. Judaica WebStore's selection includes many beautiful designs, and a range of prices to suit any budget.
This wonderful gift set comes beautifully packaged with four special treatments for the body and senses from AHAVA Dead Sea cosmetics!
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The son of a sculptor, Gregory Kohelet was initiated into art by his father. He wasn't pressured to learn "the classical laws of Art", but only to love and respect Nature - the master teacher. As a young boy, Gregory traveled with his father to wild landscapes with the intention of learning to understand the meaning of composition, color and expression as they exist in the Nature. There, he listened to the music of water, understood the wisdom of the stones. Nature taugh him to listen to silence. He thought that if he were to stay there he would become a Buddhist. But his was a different destiny. He left his parents and his town Fergana at tha age of 14 cand went to study art in Tashkent. He studied painting for 4 year at the Art College and then for five more years at the Academy of Art. He had excellent teachers, many from Moscow and St. Petersburg. At College he was particularly influenced by Eastern art : japanese, chinese, Indian, while at the Academy he studied European art : Giotto, Bruegel, Modigliani, Moore, Brancusi and russian icons. Yet he felt that his life's course must pass through Jerusalem. In 1990, he immigrated with his family to Israel ansd settled in Jerusalem. In the Holy City he absorbed much light and divine inspiration. He believes in God but only in Jerusalem did he really "meet" him. His influenced from literature :
Bible essentially, Rilke, Matzu-Matzu (China), G. Lorca (Spain), P. Eluard (France). His influences from the world of Music : Mozart, Bach, organ and liturgical (Armenian, Catholic and Jewish). His family his also a source of inspiration : His son Daniel - born in Jerusalem - his first son David - born in Tashkent and his wife, who dominates the female figure in his work. The artist has long been living and working in Amsterdam.
1954 born in Fergana, Uzbekistan
1964 Group shows in Canada and USA
1977 Safrai Gallery, Jerusalem
1981-1986 Artexpo New York
1981-1986 Artexpo Los Angeles
Rainbow Over Jerusalem. Artist: Gregory Kohelet. Handsigned & Numbered Limited Edition Serigraph
Noah's Ark. Artist: Gregory Kohelet. Handsigned & Numbered Limited Edition Serigraph
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