Bridge of Fears


When looking at this painting most people comment on its peaceful nature.? It represents the opposite to me.? A year ago I was in a deadlift competition in Las Vegas. I was far out of my comfort zone. Being physically heavy, I always have the fear of being that person who breaks the rope or harness that is meant to hold you.? The fear that I felt during this competition stimulated a picture in my mind of an unstable rope bridge, where everything appears as if it is going to break at any moment. In our lives, each fear-inducing challenge we face is capable of generating similar feelings. Even when we bridge the divide there may be a symbolic ?jungle? to navigate and other hurdles or ?mountains? to overcome. Our path forward may be veiled in fog, hiding needed clarity. Once this painting was completed, I felt better!

The biblical verse in this painting is:

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A song (to be sung) on the temple steps. I raise my eyes to the mountains, ?(praying) ?From where will my help come?? My help will come from Hashem (G-d), who created the heavens and the earth. He will not allow your feet to falter. Your protector will not slumber. Look! The protector of Israel neither slumbers nor sleeps. Hashem is your protector. Hashem is He who provides you shade on your right side. The sun will not strike you during the day nor will the moon at night. HaShem will protect you from all evils. He will preserve your life. Hashem will guard you as you go and as you come, from now on and for all time. (Psalm 121)


Giclée on Canvas, Giclée on Archival Paper


12 X 18, 16 X 24, 24 X 36, 32 X 48, 48 X 72


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