Jewish Art

Havruta 18×24 Oil on canvas

Naomi and Ruth 36×18 Oil on canvas

Moritz “Moshe” Wolkenfeld 1908-1945 36×24 Oil on canvas

The Kotel: Men’s Section 9×11″ Oil on canvas

Elie Wiesel 1928-2016   18×18″  Oil on canvas

Stems and a Root. (aka Potato Kugel Deconstructed) 14×11″ Oil on canvas 2019

Rabbi Portrait Series

Rabbi Portrait Series

About the series

This series began with the idea to paint a whimsical pop art Rabbi Soloveitchik to give to my Rabbi, and then it took on a life of its own. I am extremely passionate about Judaism: it is my home and my heart. I have an insatiable need for Jewish learning of all types and have an ever-growing collection of Jewish books. I have spent an enormous amount of time with each of these men, who are religious and intellectual giants in Judaism. I grow to learn about them through their words and through stories about their lives, and I feel close to them. These works are an homage, an expression of love and gratitude for bringing me closer to Judaism. I hope you enjoy them.

 

Rabbi Moshe Feinstein, 1895-1986. 16×20 Acrylic on canvas
Rabbi Israel Meir Kagan: the Chofetz Chaim. 1839-1933 16x20 Oil on canvas

Rabbi Naftali Zvi Yehuda Berlin, “The Netziv” 1816-1893. 16×20  Acrylic on canvas

Rabbi Josef Rosen, “The Rogatchover Gaon” 1858-1936.  16×20  Acrylic on canvas

Rabbi Abraham Yitzhak Kook, “Rav Kook” 1865-1935. 9x14  Oil on board

Rabbi Joseph Ber Soloveitchik, “The Rav” 1903-1993.  9×12  Acrylic on canvas

Rabbi Nosson Zvi Finkel, “Alter of Slabodka” 1849-1927.  16×20  Acrylic on canvas

Rabbi Aharon Kotler, 1891–1962. 16×20 Acrylic on canvas

Rabbi Israel Meir Kagan: the Chofetz Chaim. 1839-1933  16x20  Oil on canvas

Rabbi Moshe Feinstein, 1895-1986.   16×20   Oil on canvas

Rabbi Abraham Yitzhak Kook, “Rav Kook” 1865-1935. 12×16 Acrylic on canvas

Rabbi Moses Isserles, "The Rema"  1530-1572  16x20  Oil on canvas