Tree of Life: Book of Ruth

$170.00

Limited Edition Reproductions Giclee on Fine Art Textured Paper. Signed and numbered. UNFRAMED – FREE SHIPPING

The entire Book of Ruth flourishes in the flowers and grass of this piece. The tree trunk, Tree of Life, is designed using verses from Proverbs and Lamentations: “the Torah is a tree of life for all those that hold on to it.”
The blessing of Sarah, Rachel, Rebecca and Leah, encircles the tree, along with the “blessing of the children and family.”

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Video Clip: All Calligraphy Designs of Ellen Miller Braun

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Four intricately woven components create this stunning micro calligraphy piece, Book of Ruth; Tree of Life: The Book of Ruth, creating the flowers and grass around the tree roots, reinforces the continuing lineage that we share with Naomi and Ruth, women of great inner strength and beauty. Their integrity, faith and commitment guide us, lighting the way for all women in every generation; The Tree of Life- Eitz Chaim Hee is the prayer that conceptualizes the tree trunk as the foundation of life, and the Torah as the foundation of Judaism, and how we live our lives.”It is a Tree of Life for those who cling to it.” G-d has given us the Torah, a most precious gift. “It is a Tree of Life for those who grasp it and happy are those who support it.” The encircling wreath contains the Biblical Blessing of Sarah, Rachel, Rebecca and Leah, given to daughters as the Shabbat is welcomed in. The “Blessing of the Daughters” invokes the names of the Matriarchs, blessing every girl/woman, with G-d’s help, to realize and rise to her own potential and greatness, as well as finding peace and serenity. Continuing the wreath is the deeply moving, heartfelt blessing given to each child on the Eve of Yom Kippur (The Day of Atonement). This Prayer is G-d’s instrument for bestowing His infinite Blessing for a long life filled with good deeds, spiritual and material wealth and health, marriage and children, according to His abundant compassion and kindness. This picture encompasses the essence of enduring love and compassion for us to internalize and share with our loved ones… May you be privileged to emulate the spiritual beauty of Sarah, Rachel, Rebecca, Leah and Ruth, forever encircled by these inspiring Blessings.

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Dimensions 11.8 × 15.2 in

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Ellen Miller Braun was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A. Drawing on her natural talent, Ellen studied fine arts at Northeastern Illinois University. Ellen and her husband decided to follow their heart felt dream and moved to Israel with their children in 1983. Ellen’s inspiration comes directly from G-d, and reflects her love of her wonderful, growing family and living in Israel.

The story of how Ellen began creating micro calligraphy is almost as inspiring as the works of art themselves. Before Ellen began creating these amazing works, she was already a world class artist creating soft sculptures of whimsical Chassidic figures as well as familiar Political and Biblical characters.
One day I woke and the need to do this (micro calligraphy) descended and enveloped me. Two weeks later, Ellen’s husband got a call from one of his friends in California. They wanted to start marketing micrography in their area and asked for Eliezer’s help finding suppliers. Once Ellen heard this, she understood the gift she was being given. She told her husband about doing micro calligraphy herself… and the rest as they say, is history.

Even with her extensive art background, Ellen really just took it one step at a time. Each time she developed a piece she learned something new, starting with the fact that she is the only one in the world to use a calligraphy pen and water color paint to create her pieces. Some of the original pieces taking as much as 11 months to create. The first piece she created was Shir Ha Shirim – . The next two pieces, Ezekiel 36 and Lion of Judah, came as suggestions from her husband. Ellen began creating her micro calligraphy art in 1999, They are available as numbered and signed limited Giclee editions printed on acid free archival quality paper.

Ellen’s unique micro calligraphy art can be found throughout the world, bringing inspiration, hope and joy to people from all backgrounds. Her work is featured in both public and private venues and has also been included as a page in a special women’s prayer book, “Ani Le’ Dodi V’Dodi Li” and as a teaching tool in a Jewish school text book.
Ellen Miller Braun was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A. Drawing on her natural talent, Ellen studied fine arts at Northeastern Illinois University. Ellen and her husband decided to follow their heart felt dream and moved to Israel with their children in 1983. Ellen’s inspiration comes directly from G-d, and reflects her love of her wonderful, growing family and living in Israel.

The story of how Ellen began creating micro calligraphy is almost as inspiring as the works of art themselves. Before Ellen began creating these amazing works, she was already a world class artist creating soft sculptures of whimsical Chassidic figures as well as familiar Political and Biblical characters.
One day I woke and the need to do this (micro calligraphy) descended and enveloped me. Two weeks later, Ellen’s husband got a call from one of his friends in California. They wanted to start marketing micrography in their area and asked for Eliezer’s help finding suppliers. Once Ellen heard this, she understood the gift she was being given. She told her husband about doing micro calligraphy herself… and the rest as they say, is history.

Even with her extensive art background, Ellen really just took it one step at a time. Each time she developed a piece she learned something new, starting with the fact that she is the only one in the world to use a calligraphy pen and water color paint to create her pieces. Some pieces taking as much as 11 months to create. The first piece she created was Shir Ha Shirim – . The next two pieces, Ezekiel 36 and Lion of Judah, came as suggestions from her husband. Ellen began creating her micro calligraphy art in 1999, They are available as digital reproductions as well as numbered limited Giclee editions (Please send me a note if interested in the numbered Giclee editions)

Ellen’s unique micro calligraphy art can be found throughout the world, bringing inspiration, hope and joy to people from all backgrounds. Her work is featured in both public and private venues and has also been included as a page in a special women’s prayer book, “Ani Le’ Dodi V’Dodi Li” and as a teaching tool in a Jewish school text book.

In addition Ellen lectures on the development of this fascinating Jewish art form, bringing another layer of insight to the history of Israel and the Jewish people.

In addition Ellen lectures on the development of this fascinating Jewish art form, bringing another layer of insight to the history of Israel and the Jewish people.