Priestly Blessing / Welcome with Initials in Hebrew or English. Artist: David Fisher. Laser-Cut Paper
Help turn your house into a home with this lovely designer wall hanging from David Fisher:
- This laser-cut paper work features the words "Beruchim HaBaim" (Welcome) set atop the Hebrew words of the Priestly Blessing and accented with your personal initials.
- Skillfully designed in the artist's Jerusalem studio.
- Will make a wonderful addition of both style and faith to any room in your home!!!
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Paper Size: 11.6" X 15.35" / 29.5 cm X 39 cm
Cutting Size: 7.5" X 11.1" / 19.2 cm X 28.2 cm
Ready for framing, this stunning work of art will draw gasps of wonder from all who behold it!
It is an original design by Jerusalem artist David Fisher that includes your own initials set at the bottom corners. Inspired by ancient Hebrew manuscripts, it feaures the entire Hebrew Biblical verses from the Priestly Blessing, Yevarechecha Hashem Veyishmerecha, Yaer Hashem Panav Elecha Vichuneka, Yisa Hashem Panav Elecha Veyasem Lecha Shalom ("May Hashem (The Lord) bless you and guard you . . .") (Numbers 6:24-26). Every word of this powerful phrase contains a world of meaning.
The words Bruchim Haba'im (Welcome in Hebrew) are prominently featured at the top.
Simply type the two (2) initials (in English or in Hebrew) you want into the box labeled "Enter initials below", and we will contact you if anything is unclear.
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.