Om

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Hamsa

Protection From The Evil Eye

Sephardic Jews were among the first to use this amulet due to their beliefs about the evil eye. The symbol of the hand appears in Kabbalistic manuscripts and amulets, doubling as the Hebrew letter “Shin”, the first letter of “Shaddai”, one of the names referring to God. The use of the hamsa in Jewish culture has been intermittent, utilized often by Jews during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, then less and less over time into the mid-twentieth century. However, the notion of a protective hand has been present in Judaism dating back to Biblical times, where it is referenced in Deuteronomy 5:15, stated in the Ten Commandments as the “strong hand” of God who led the Jews out of Egypt. The hamsa is later seen in Jewish art as God’s hand reaching down from heaven during the times of late antiquity, the Byzantine period, and even medieval Europe. Its use by Ashkenazi Jewish communities from this period is well-known, and evidence has also emerged of the hamsa being used by Jews from medieval Spain, often associated with “sympathetic magic”. Historians such as Shalom Sabar believe that after the Jewish expulsion from Spain in 1492, exiled Jews likely used the hamsa as protection in the foreign lands they were forced to relocate to. According to Sabar, the hamsa has also been used later by Jews in Europe “as a distinctive sign of the priesthood”, especially when they wished to show that a person was of priestly descent.

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Moses

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Orchestral

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Chocolate Mountain

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Mountains

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Avocado 2

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Bruce Lee

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Sitar

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Antiquity 2

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Art For Art’s Sake

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Lute 2

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Ancient Lute

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Pineapple Flowers Plants

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Lute

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Pineapple

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Piano

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Tomatoes

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Seaweed

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Materials used are selected on the basis of color, texture, strength, and other criteria.

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Antiquity

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A variety of materials and techniques are used to create original works of art for sale and exhibition.

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New Leaf

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SG uses visual techniques, such as composition, color, space, and perspective, to produce desired aesthetic effects.

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Floral 2

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SG is an artist who creates objects that are beautiful and thought provoking.

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Floral

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Stephanie Green is a digital artist using design and production software to create art. The digital imagery is then transferred to canvas.

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Plants

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Digital imagery may be transferred to canvas, paper or some other form of printmaking — or made available directly on web-accessible devices.

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Cappuccino

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Steph ‘SG’ Green is an artist who creates pieces of fine art more for aesthetics than for function. Images are created on various types of matrices. The final work of art is then created. The matrix is transferred to a piece of canvas.

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Cappuccino or Latte?

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Illustrations are often used to create likenesses of subjects. The pencil, charcoal, or pastel sketches are then transferred to a piece of canvas.

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Ruby Red Grapefruit

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Healing Arts

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A writer — and, I believe, generally all persons — must think that whatever happens to him or her is a resource. All things have been given to us for a purpose, and an artist must feel this more intensely. All that happens to us, including our humiliations, our misfortunes, our embarrassments, all is given to us as raw material, as clay, so that we may shape our art.

Jorge Luis Borges

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Any great work of art revives and readapts time and space, and the measure of its success is the extent to which it makes you an inhabitant of that world — the extent to which it invites you in and lets you breathe its strange, special air.

Leonard Bernstein

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I dream my painting, and then I paint my dream.

Vincent van Gogh

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Art is the triumph over chaos.

John Cheever

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Fig

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Skills are improved through practice and repetition.

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Stephanie Green is a painter who digitally paints landscapes and other subjects in a variety of styles, ranging from realistic to abstract. She works in a variety of media, such as digital watercolors, digital oil paints, and digital acrylics.

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ARCHIVES (2020-2021)

The COVID-19 pandemic gave the artist an opportunity to develop her portfolio. The 2020-2021 collection demonstrates her styles and abilities.

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Aesthetic objects produced using skill, taste, and creative imagination.

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