Berit Engen WEFT and D'RASH: A Thousand Jewish Tapestries


OUR PRAYERBOOK (II)
– Words and Chants As We Let Them Flow



Inspired by a fellow artist’s beautiful paintings of weeping willows by the Skokie River and of her dahlia flowers in her garden, I limited the colors to light and dark greys with hints of blue, yellow, green, and sage; bottle-green and hazel hues when needed; and a contrasting red.
 
The etzim-shaped borders on the sides of the tapestries refer to the crème, ochre, and brown-shaded colors of The Seven Architectonic Stones (the second tapestry in the preceding series) in which each shade denotes a specific unit of the service.


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