In the beginning
watercolor, ink and dyes on paper
This art was created to read in the hebraic format--reading from right to left. Although light was created on the first day, it was not “hung” until the fourth day and divided into day and night/sun and moon. There are many hidden symbols within the work. One example is the word Breisheet, the Hebrew letters when moved around to create an anagram create the words "Revere the Sabbath." In panel six, where the animals and humankind are created, man and woman are created as one. The Bershert/soulmates —the intended lovers are created as one, separated, and then spend their lives looking for each other. The Hebrew saying on panel seven says “God blessed the seventh day.” You can see the hands, rainbow and more symbolism to be explained in full at a later date.