Davids Key -Original Fine Art Work
This Mixed Media: Acrylic Paint, Oil and Chalk Pastels, Pen/Ink, Colored Pencils, Graphite, Markers, Paper, and small gems, original Jewish and messianic style art uses basic geometry and geometric shapes and is inspired by the language, scriptures, symbols and religious faith of the Judeo-Christian people.
Title: David’s Key
Price: $3,600 (Giclee Prints Available per request)
Medium: Mixed Media: Acrylic Paint, Oil and Chalk Pastels, Pen/Ink, Colored Pencils, Graphite, Markers, Paper, and small gems,
Size: 36”x36” inches
About: Inspired by the language, scriptures, symbols and religious faith of the Judeo-Christian people.
Frame; This heavy-duty archival-quality natural cotton canvas with the frame is professionally constructed, with medium-weight cotton duck stretched around 1 1/2" profile kiln-dried stretcher bars and held in place with a flexible spline.
Interpretation: The Hebrew phrases in this piece are interpreted as follows:
- The Key of David -Biblical Hebrew מפתח דוד
- The Key of David -modern Hebrew המפתח של דוד
- David's Key to the Kingdom המפתח של דוד לממלכה
- The Keys to the Kingdom -Biblical Hebrew מפתחות מלכות
- The Keys to the Kingdom -modern Hebrew המפתחות לממלכה
Many art teachers will say there are 7 elements of art: Line, Shape, Value, Color, Texture, Form, and Space. I agree.
I always start with lines. The lines turn into a shape. The lines and shapes are spaced intuitively within the picture plane. Through the idea of texture, the lines and shapes start to build value: lights and darks. The value is overlaid with color. From begins to emerge.
I am a spiritual person. I believe in The Holy Spirit. I believe it is the Holy Spirit who leads to truth. Truth is fundamental. Truth is not complex. Truth is not complicated. Truth is basic. I believe the truth is a person. Jesus is known for saying, “I am THE truth.” I believe The Holy Spirit always points to Jesus Christ.
I believe in the creative expression of art and design, the basics quickly begin to take on symbolic meaning.
The natural is an overlay of the spiritual. For me, art is another way of communicating and expressing these deeper connections to the Holy Spirit.