The Tree of Life, Etz Hayyim, is ubiquitous in Jewish liturgy and art. In the Torah the Etz Hayyim is referred to as the Tree of Life in the Garden of Eden and metaphorically as the Torah. I've illustrated it in deeply saturated lush colors. The original was painted using watercolor dyes, then scanned at a high resolution. It professionally printed as a giclée print (uses archival ink) on 100% cotton, acid-free paper.
About April Stewart Klausner: An illustrator and designer, April lives and works in a small village in Litchfield County, Connecticut. April has created illustrations for textiles and print, New York City Jewish day schools, a Hudson Valley, New York organic farm and educational center, a grassroots organization to promote voting, the top-ranked children’s hospital in New York plus various forms of Judaica. Using vibrant, saturated color, her work is often inspired by the beauty of nature and the rituals of her culture, seeking to use her art to elevate the observances and celebrations within Jewish tradition.
- Material / Ingredients / Care
- Archival Ink Printed on 100% Cotton Paper
- Country of Origin: United States
- Maisonette Product ID: Item number APRI24150238