My Soul Loves - English/Hebrew (Variety of Colors). Artist: David Fisher. Laser-Cut Paper
For a unique gift that will express your love and affection for that special person in your life, check out this amazing paper-cut wall hanging from David Fisher:
- This work is laser-cut from paper and portrays two deer resting in the shade of a leafy tree and is inscribed along the bottom with the Biblical verse (in either Hebrew or English), "I have found the one whom my soul loves."
- Masterfully designed and crafted in the Holy City of Jerusalem.
- To best suit your personal style, this work is available in a variety of vibrant colors for you to choose from.
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Paper Size: 11.81" X 11.02" / 30 cm X 28 cm
Cutting Size: 7.67" X 6.81" / 19.5 cm X 17.3 cm
This original design by Jerusalem artist David Fisher is a stunning work of art that will draw gasps of wonder from all who behold it! It features a pair of deer set amidst a mesmerizing pomegranate tree motif, while the Hebrew text quotes the timeless verse from King Solomon's Song of Songs, Matsati Et Sheahava Nafshi ("I have found the one whom my soul loves") (Song of Songs 3:4). Signed by David Fisher himself, it will make a beautiful addition to any home.
A classic Jewish decorative motif, the pomegranate has been grown for thousands of years in the Mediterranean region and is referenced throughout the Bible as one of the 7 species native to the Land of Israel. In addition, the pomegranate has some of the deepest and richest symbolism in Judaism as its many seeds symbolize the abundance of righteousness, prosperity, and wisdom.
Available in three different color options with text in English or Hebrew.
Please note: this piece is not framed but is available framed for an additional price.
David Fisher, born in Jerusalem, is an Israeli graphic designer who has revived the traditional Jewish art form of paper cutting, that goes back to at least the Middle Ages, through utilizing a modern laser cut technology. Together with his expertise in Hebrew typography, the technique of arranging and designing text, these acclaimed works of art are a beautiful portrayal of Jewish blessings, prayers, symbols and decorative motifs.