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This piece is a contemporary interpretation of a traditional theme. The stained glass beautifully displays the dove of peace in one brilliantly backlit window. The window is completed by ornamental patterns incorporating Stars of David.

Two sizes available: Please email me with your selection and I will put up a RESERVED LISTING for you.

$25.00: Gift Edition Print: 8" W x 10" H (Open edition)
$150.00: Collector's Edition Print: 17" W x 21.5" H (Limited edition of 650)

All Collector's Edition prints are signed and numbered.

Framing options available for each size. Please inquire.

There is 7% sales tax if shipping to a Florida address.

Made to order in the USA

About Micah Parker:
While Micah Parker may be best known, in some circles, for his ketubah works, his full portfolio adds another dimension to a growing reputation - that of an artist who displays a commanding grasp of numerous and far-flung styles.

His broad repertoire is inspired by the array of artistic styles he appreciates as a viewer: Claude Monet’s sun-dappled impressionism, Vincent van Gogh’s exaggerated reality, Henri Matisse’s vivid modernism, M.C. Escher’s tweaking of perceptions, Theodore Geisel’s whimsicality and Romero Britto’s pop culture-infused cubism.

These preferences manifest themselves in his work. Micah’s penchant for intricate, mathematics-based art is counterbalanced by the challenges (and relinquishing of “control”) he enjoys during the creation of more expressionistic pieces. Pseudo-realism - realistic textures and colors, even when the subject matter may not be real - and fanciful interpretations of the everyday are also present, and his frequent use of Hebrew letters as symbolic, graphic elements demonstrates his fondness for fresh portrayals of traditional concepts.

Micah is accomplished with traditional artistic media and theory, but instead he choosed to craft his works utilizing a more modern tool, the computer. Although he's occasionally been overheard musing, "This would just be easier to draw by hand," he is an enthusiastic advocate of digital art. As he says, "It's easier to clean up."

Shalom II Fine Art Print by Micah Parker

$25.00 USD
Only 1 available
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: 100 percent cotton archival paper, 100 percent archival acid free inks
  • Made to order
  • Feedback: 35 reviews
  • Only ships within United States.
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