Here’s a unique line of clothing featuring three verses from Proverbs 31.
The literal English translation accompanies each of the Hebrew words (which read from right to left) of verse 26 appearing below on a
blue, slightly sheer Contrast Tank and a Fitted Scoop in “Athletic Heather”.
Proverbs 31 Woman fashion
There’s just the Hebrew in the Sofer style for verse 22, called Mishlei 31:22 as part of the Judaica online gallery at DouglasRickard.com. Available in a range of apparel including this Polyester
Chiffon Top which has a silky handfeel, a flowy fit A-Line Dress and a Relaxed Fit T-Shirt shown in “Navy” (clockwise from top left).
Eshet Chayil Judaica fashion
The final verse, Proverbs 31:30, appears in both Bible Christian Art and Judaica online galleries, each with their own illustrations. The first version is shown below on a
Graphic T-Shirt Dress, a more casual unisex Lightweight Sweatshirt and a Fitted T-Shirt shown in “Asphalt” (clockwise from top left).
Proverbs 31 Woman T-Shirts and Clothing
The Mishlei 31:30 version with its own citron symbolism sensitively abbreviates “HaShem” according to Jewish tradition.
Woman of Valor Hebrew T-Shirts and Tops
This is available in a range of options including, (shown clockwise from top left above) a
Fitted V-Neck, a Relaxed Fit T-Shirt in “Charcoal Heather” and a Contrast Tank.
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You’ll be able to personalize my new
Judaic art with your choice of name when it débuts in October 2012.
A verse of Scripture from Keholet, the book of Ecclesiastes, in sky-blue Hebrew lettering will surround this stylized Mediterranean Cyprus. I drew a Stonechat, White Wagtail and Great Tits in oil pastel, with heavy strokes that would blend with the tree branches, once they’ve been digitally scanned, scaled down and superimposed. And these colorful birds nest around your chosen name, at the center of the tree, surrounded by powerful words of great wisdom and instruction.
Personalized Judaic art
I don’t consider myself a calligrapher, but I do draw. And I’m drawing these Hebrew letters in oil pastel, for my next art release for my
Judaica online gallery.