First “fruit” of my garden: a purplish, pink red radish emerges and becomes a radish watercolor painting.
Girl marches with father, hikers cross streams and rocks in watercolor and ink on pre-painted pages, and a relative in watercolor shows off his automobile.
Drapery studies of Mishkan colors: crimson, burgundy, and blue. Or is turquoise? Or indigo? What shade of purple?
Peaches, cabbages, and cauliflower are some of the produce in these rich, painterly watercolors of the Highland Park Farmers Market.
Yitro taught Moshe about leadership in the desert. Who is liable if a person digs a pit and an ox falls in? See watercolors that illustrate parshat Yitro and Mishpatim.
Alexander Solzhenitsyn explains why art can relay what propaganda and scientific proof fail to do. An egret cried in a bloody Nile of Egypt when God placed a plague on the Egyptians who worshipped the Nile.
How is water a theme in the Torah portion of Shemot? Water flows in the Nile. Rain from God in the Land of Israel is water. Miriam watches Batya look at baby Moshe in the Nile in a watercolor.
I posted this colorful landscape of a pond near my work (on Instagram and then on Facebook) – I called it “fake.” A friend said, no, it is real. Another friend suggested we might end up with an debate on what is considered to be real and what is considered to be fake. It is […]
What are the things in life that bring you joy? I love when I get inspired to paint or draw. A few weeks ago I found this old photo; a day later I had painted this watercolor. Fortunately or unfortunately, I have been busy with other parts of my life, and I have not painted […]
Would you like to make a creamy eggplant dip, no dairy involved, with tangy flavor and chopped vegetables? Read on. Ingredients for main dip: 1 eggplant 2 cloves garlic, peeled 1 onion (optional) 1 lemon for its juice 1 Tbsp. extra virgin olive oil Salt, pepper, cumin to taste Fresh cilantro (you can use parsley, […]