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Banner CHAG SUKKOT
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Item Number: SB-Chag
"Chag Sukkot Sameach" (2008), by renowned Israeli artist Baruch Nachshon, envisions the Festival of Sukkot in the Messianic Age.
on soft-textured weather-proof fabric suitable for outdoor exposure. Banner is 20 inches wide and 30 inches high, with dowel pockets top & bottom
for hanging (dowels included).
This banner is available exclusively from the Sukkah Project.
Baruch Nachshon was born in Haifa in
1939, and lives with his family near Hebron, where he maintains a studio near
the hallowed Cave of Machpelah.
Nachschon studied with Solomon
Naroni, Paul Cezanne's only student. In his teens, Nachshon became attracted to
the vibrant world of Chassidism, and in 1965 he traveled to the US, where he
received guidance and financial support from the Lubuvitche Rebbe to develop
his craft in accordance with the Rebbe's spiritual goals.
Nachshon's position as one of
Israel's foremost artists was recognized when he received the Distinguished
Artist's Award from Bar Ilan University in 1989. His paintings, ablaze with a
visionary sensibility, have been exhibited around the globe, in the U.S.,
Canada, Brazil and Argentina, Australia, England and Hong Kong.
Nachshon's canvases express a
yearning for fulfillment and redemption in the spirit of Judaism's ancient
traditions. "The Jewish past has been well-represented in art," says Nachshon.
"so has the present. But no one has represented the future--the Messianic Age." This is
the task he has undertaken. His images, colors, and shapes are permeated with light and celebration; they communicate a
profound spiritual dimension.
Visit Baruch Nachshon's extraordinary website at
Yes, that was us you read about in…
New York Times (10/2/2008)
Raleigh News & Observer (10/11/2008)
Wondertime Magazine (Oct. 2008)
Wall Street Journal
Newark Star Ledger
Baltimore Jewish Times
American Jewish Spirit
Peoria Journal Star
Jewish Bulletin of N. Calif.