Separate Water From Water – The Story of Creation by Lev Gal Wertman (Limited Edition Signed and Numbered Screen Print)
Brand: Lev Gal Wertman
Add a special touch to your home décor with this marvelous work of art from Israeli artist Lev Gal Wertman:
- With its skilled use of color and artistic perspective, this work creatively depicts the separation of waters (as described in the Book of Genesis) and portrays both the destructive power of water (through the Great Flood) as well as its benevolent potential through the water cycle.
- Based on one of Wertman's stained glass windows from his collection, "The Story of Creation," currently on display at the Gottesman RTW Academy.
- LIMITED EDITION: With a limited number available, don't miss out on this truly original work from the creative mind of Lev Gal Wertman.
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Arches 88 Paper 300 gsm
Size: 22" x 15" / 55.88 cm x 38.1 cm
Each print is signed and numbered by the artist
Enhance your personal art collection with this gorgeous print screen by Israeli artist Lev Gal Wertman. Inspired by the Biblical depiction of a firmament being set between the waters in heaven and on earth (Genesis 1:6-8, "And God said 'Let there be a firmament between the waters to separate water from water.' So God made the firmament and separated the water under the firmament from the water above it. And it was so. And God called the firmament "sky." And there was evening and there was morning, the second day"), this work artistically portrays water's destructive power (such as the Great Flood) as well as its life-giving potential as exhibited by the water cycle and the flowing of water throughout the world. A remarkable work that will mesmerize all those who view it, this original piece of art is certain to become a treasured part of your home décor for many years to come.
An internationally recognized artist, Lev Gal Wertman studied at the renowned Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem and has showcased his works in galleries and exhibits around the world. Making use of different forms of art, Wertman's works are inspired by traditional Jewish symbolism as well as the modern world.