Night Lamp -Jerusalem Lion

$120.00

 Night Lamp -Jerusalem Lion

14×28

Paper Cut, Canson 160g

Jerusalem for me is not just a city where I live, it is a city with tremendous energy that nourishes and inspires me. The extraordinary atmosphere of Jerusalem, its old streets, windows, the Old City, the Western Wall – all of this fills me with energy and inspires me to do new works on the theme of this fantastic city! The Jerusalem lion is a symbol of Jerusalem! The lion is the symbol of the tribe of Yehuda and the royal house of David! He protects the city, gives it the strength and nobility of the king of beasts!

My Jerusalem lion is very strong and powerful on the one hand, and gentle and spiritual on the other. The word Jerusalem, written in Hebrew, is like a song flowing like water in a stream.

Jerusalem is my love: a source of strength, energy, inspiration and feelings.

The lamp with the Jerusalem lion will bring the energy of goodness and harmony to any home, filling it with Jerusalem light.

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Alina YOFFE-PIKOVSKY

Born in 1968 in Kiev (Ukraine). 

In 1975-1985 attended the N.I.Ostashinsky Art Studio, Kiev. 

In 1990 graduated from the University of Economy in Kiev, Faculty of Programming. 

Since 1991 lives in Maale Adummim, Israel. 

Learned courses of different graphic and painting techniques at the Bezalel Academy of Art, Jerusalem (1991-1992), a course of computer graphics at the Open University, Jerusalem (1992), and Website Design Course combining Design for Advertising and Mobile at the John Bryce, Jerusalem (2015-2016). In 1993-2006 worked in the Israel Antiquities Authority as an artist and specialist in restoration; in 2006-2015 worked there as an Art Editor, Senior Graphic Designer and Print Production, in the Israel Antiquities Authority in the ward of Judea and Samaria publications. 

A member of the Paper Cutters Guild in Israel.

Creates in various art techniques – painting, graphics, traditional Jewish papercut, Judaica and ketubboth, graphics for print editions (illustrations for books and magazines).

Since 1991 participated in different individual and group exhibitions and fairs-exhibitions (including Moshe Castel Museum of Art, Maale Adummim; Hutzoth Ha-Yotzer, Jerusalem; Outline Festival, Jerusalem; Jerusalem House of Quality, Jerusalem; Exhibitions of “Harmony” Cultural Center, Jerusalem and other ).

Her works are found in private collections in Israel, USA, Canada, England, Australia, Ukraine, Russia, and other.

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Alina Yoffe Pikovsky
Born in 1968 in Kiev (Ukraine). 
In 1975-1985 attended the N.I.Ostashinsky Art Studio, Kiev. 
In 1990 graduated from the University of Economy in Kiev, Faculty of Programming. 
Since 1991 lives in Maale Adummim, Israel. 
Learned courses of different graphic and painting techniques at the Bezalel Academy of Art, Jerusalem (1991-1992), a course of computer graphics at the Open University, Jerusalem (1992), and Website Design Course combining Design for Advertising and Mobile at the John Bryce, Jerusalem (2015-2016). In 1993-2006 worked in the Israel Antiquities Authority as an artist and specialist in restoration; in 2006-2015 worked there as an Art Editor, Senior Graphic Designer and Print Production, in the Israel Antiquities Authority in the ward of Judea and Samaria publications. 
A member of the Paper Cutters Guild in Israel.
Creates in various art techniques – painting, graphics, traditional Jewish papercut, Judaica and ketubboth, graphics for print editions (illustrations for books and magazines).
Since 1991 participated in different individual and group exhibitions and fairs-exhibitions (including Moshe Castel Museum of Art, Maale Adummim; Hutzoth Ha-Yotzer, Jerusalem; Outline Festival, Jerusalem; Jerusalem House of Quality, Jerusalem; Exhibitions of “Harmony” Cultural Center, Jerusalem and other ).
Her works are found in private collections in Israel, USA, Canada, England, Australia, Ukraine, Russia, and other.