Aleph Hamsa Art Print A4
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Each Hebrew letter has a meaning, a numerical number and symbolizes different aspects.
In this Hamsa Reinterpreted series i have tried to blend my personal style and love of shapes, faces, colours and symbols into a series of artworks.
"Aleph" - Equivalent to A / O, 2014
Aleph is the first letter of Hebrew alphabet.
It's number = 1
Symbolizes: Higher and lower waters and
the firmament between them, the secret of the image in which man was created, the absolute unity of God.
Vav Mem Bet (The small Kabbalah meditation text): Water (physical and spiritual healing through the energy of water)
The Art Print is:
- Printed on 300 gram semi-gloss paper
- Size A4 (21.0 x 29.7 cm // 8.27 x 11.69 inches)
- Price listed INCLUDES shipping with proper packaging and postage!
- The print is packed flat, placed in a special plastic sleeve and then placed in recycled cardboard and in a bubble envelope to ensure it arrives safely!
Price of the art print does not include:
Slight change in colour from computer to real art print can occour due to computer back-light!
The HAMSA is known as a good luck symbol and comes in the shape of a palm with five fingers that are often connected. It includes other symbols such as fish, eagles, doves and eyes.
A HAMSA is often given as a gift and is thought to ward off negative emotions such as envy and to protect from the "evil eye".
The fish are symbolic of prosperity and fruitfulness.
They are mysterious creatures that live beneath the sea and are therefore thought to be more protected from the evil eye as they are under the water. The eagle flies high and also protects us and symbolizes strength.
The dove is a symbol of peace and loyalty, and the eyes of the HAMSA are always blue in colour to be most powerful in protecting from the "evil eyes" of others.
The original drawings were all hand-drawn using Faber-Castell indian inks on paper, size A4.
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