“I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine” comes from the “Song of Songs (6:3)”, ascribed to Solomon. This phrase , also shown here in the original Hebrew, “Ani l’dodi v’dodi li”, is part of the traditional Jewish wedding ceremony.
The original watercolor was digitally reproduced by the giclee process with archival ink and paper. A few updates were made to the giclee to increase legibility and highten colors. It was then ornamented by hand with 23k gold leaf, with both raised and textured styles. Each picture has been gilded individually and uniquely, and only a small number will be made. It is surrounded by double acid-free mats in cream and a pastel shade, and a gold-tone wood frame. Framing will vary slightly depending on artist’s whim. Price includes packing and shipping within the US.
The price is $350 but it is not for sale at the moment – it will be in an exhibit at the Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art in Tulsa, OK, from July 7 – September 17, 2017. It may be purchased from the Museum during that time, or from me afterwards.