Hamsa Hand Print, Hebrew Letters, Hand Symbol Print, Kabbalah Art, Tree of Life Print, Judaica Art, Jewish Artwork, Hamsa Hand, Chet Letter

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Hamsa Hand Print, Hebrew Letters, Hand Symbol Print, Kabbalah Art, Tree of Life Print, Judaica Art, Jewish Artwork, Hamsa Hand, Chet Letter

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In this Hamsa Hand artwork from my Hamsa 22 - Hebrew letter series, i have created a unique Hamsa Hand surrounding the Hebrew letter 'Chet'.

There are 22 drawings overall as there are 22 letters in the Hebrew alphabet.

Each Hebrew letter has its very own meaning, a numerical number and symbolizes different elements. The smaller hebrew text with 3 letters in each drawing is from the Kabbalah and carries in it a positive 'hidden' message.

It is a spiritual exploration of the letters combined with lots of fresh colours and illustrative style in this modern judaica series.


The original drawings were all hand-drawn using Faber-Castell indian inks on paper, size A4.
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***The art prints that i offer are as follows:***

Printed on 300 gram semi-gloss paper
Size A4 (21.0 x 29.7 cm // 8.27 x 11.69 inches)


The shipping fee includes proper packaging and postage!
The print is packed flat, placed in a special plastic sleeve and then placed in cardboard and in a bubble envelope to ensure it arrives safely!

I recycle cardboard in my packaging as part of environmental awareness!


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ABOUT THE LETTER CHET

Chet is the eighth letter of Hebrew alphabet.
Number: 8
Symbolizes: Chet is the letter of life "chaim".

Chet is constructed by combining the two previous letters, vav and zayin, with a thin bridge-shaped line, referred to as the chatoteret (“hunchback”).

The new energy effected by the union of the letters vav and the zayin is the secret of “hovering” or “touching yet not touching.

“Hovering” is symbolized in Torah “as an eagle arouses her nest and hovers over her young.
In order not to crush her young and their nest, the eagle hovers over her nest when feeding her young, “touching yet not touching.”

The eagle here is a metaphor for God in relation to His children Israel in particular and to the totality of His Creation in general." (Source from Web)

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ABOUT THE HAMSA HAND

The HAMSA is known as a good luck symbol and comes in the shape of a palm with five fingers that are often connected. It includes other symbols such as fish, eagels, doves and eyes.

A HAMSA is often given as a gift and is thought to ward off negative emotions such as envy and to protect from the "evil eye".

The fish are symbolic of prosperity and fruitfulness. They are mysterious creatures that live beneath the sea and are therefore thought to be more protected from the evil eye as they are under the water.

The eagle flies high and also protects us and symbolizes strength. The dove is a symbol of peace and loyalty, and the eyes of the HAMSA are usually blue in colour to be most powerful in protecting from the "evil eyes" of others.

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I have tried to blend my personal style and love of shapes, faces, colours and these symbols into a postive series of artworks that can also be given as a beautiful and positive gift, to wish someone good luck and prosperity.


Please check out more of my art :

www.facebook.com/maybellbareketart
www.maybellbareket.com
www.instagram.com/maybellbareketartist
www.pinterest.com/maybellart
www.etsy.com/dk-en/shop/maybellsstudio

You are always welcome to contact me if you have any questions!
Email: maybareket [!at] hotmail.com

Thank you!

May-Bell

Copyright © 2019 May-Bell Bareket All Rights Reserved
Artworks may not be reproduced in any way, shape or form.
Doing so is in violation with copyright law.

*Price is not including frames or shipping.
*Slight change in color from computer to real art print can occour due to computer back-light!

Check out more of my Hamsa 22 Hebrew Letter designs from 2014 here:

https://www.etsy.com/dk-en/shop/MayBellsStudio?section_id=16144953&ref=shopsection_leftnav_2

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karinafreitag Jun 18, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

I love my Hamsa artwork by May-Bell! She was great at answering all of my questions about the piece. She also packed the item well and shipped it quickly. It arrived in perfect condition. I had a great experience purchasing artwork from May-Bell and highly recommend her products.

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Karen Feb 7, 2020

5 out of 5 stars

The lovely prints of Haamsas by May-Bell Barekat have long been a favourite of mine. They're all a treat for the eye and I love them. Look so great in my home. 👍😍😍😍

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Pernille petersen Apr 24, 2020

5 out of 5 stars

absolutely beautiful art piece. And excelent service <3

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Diana May 4, 2020

5 out of 5 stars

Especially now it is special to receive such a beautiful package; the package ansich is already a gift! Accompanied by a personal text. The HAAMSA prints/cards are beauties. Thank you! Framed, they look awesome in my re-styled bedroom!

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