Bais Hamikdash- Blue Gold Series
This is a set of neutral colored Judaic scenes that could go in any room. This set of paintings is neutral, yet vibrant. You can hang just one of these paintings, hang a few of them together, or hang them all! Each painting is a complimentary part of the set, but also a stand alone work of art. The textures and gold leaf in these painting are truly magnificent!
Acrylic, Texture, Gold Leaf, Pallet Knife on canvas.
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About This Painting
The Bais Hamikdash was constructed by King Solomon to serve as the center of the Jewish nation. Today, the Western Wall is all that remains of the Temple Mount complex. Located on Mount Moriah, the Temple was home to the Holy of Holies where the Ark of the Covenant was kept. Pilgrims traveled to the Temple to pray, recognize Jewish holidays, and make offerings. All spiritual practices took place within the walls of the Temple with the guidance of the priest and other Temple staff.
Today, our bodies contain the Holy Temple, and we are called to pray thrice daily. We no longer make animal sacrifices, but we give up our worldly impulses to instead be filled with godliness. The Bais Hamikdash continues to exist within the hearts of the Jewish people all around the world.