#11 Sea of Galilee, Israel PrintRegular price $20.00
From my April 2020 hand painted watercolor collection, 31 Days of Mini Paintings. Each of these 4”x4” pieces were inspired by my favorite places I have visited around the world, they each hold very special meaning for me and my loved ones. As I painted, beautiful memories rushed in my heart of the laughter, joy, hugs, meaningful conversations, and breathtaking views that were inspired by our Creator. I hope a spark of inspiration springs forth in you as you enjoy your own piece of our blue jewel earth.
On the drive up to northern Israel I was wowed with all that I didn’t expect...everything looked like Texas...from flat farmlands to rolling hills, cows and crops, rosemary and sage growing wild, snow capped highlands and white capped sea. The luxurious Ruth Rimonim Hotel welcomed me with exquisite sheets, fine dining, and breathtaking views. I wandered outside and strolled right into an artist community I didn’t even know it was there!! Shop after shop of local artisans, my favorite discovery being Leon Azoulay @leonartist13 who so generously spent more than an hour explaining the history of Tzfat, survival through war and strife, spiritual art and his love of micro calligraphy...an ENTIRE book of the Bible in tiny Hebrew forming a visual depiction of the story and finished with vibrant watercolor. It takes 2 years to create, working a few hours a day, so much strain on the eyes, absolutely awe inspiring!! (I might have come home with a few)
The rest of my days were spent touring the places I had read about for years. I saw where Elijah slew the prophets of Baal, touched the archaeological digs of Capernaum where Jesus walked and taught in the synagogues, walked the shores in Tabgha where the fishes and loaves miracle took place, and braved severe motion sickness on the Sea of Galilee where the disciples learned to trust Love. Remembering these days of his, and now mine, still brings tears to my eyes. Every morsel of food was fresh and inviting, much like the strangers I encountered at the long tables lined with platters of delectable discovery. The bread. I would return just for the bread. Taste and see the Lord is good. Really really good.
Printed on archival quality 140lb (300gsm) 100% cotton acid free watercolor paper on Canon Pixma Pro9000 Mark 2 printer with genuine Canon Chromalife inks for beautiful long lasting color. The white border is maintained for framing.
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