Since the nineteen eighties, Michael Washer’s began working in large-format pencil drawings that illustrate Scripture. Some fifteen prints were made over the years, some sold out, and the following are still available. Also included are several color Giclée (gee-clay) prints. Prints come rolled up in a tube. Include $5.00 shipping.
21 x 26 Edition of 200……….$30.00
The Hebrew reads, p’rahsty yadai kol hayom al Yisra’el which means “All day long I stretch forth my hand to Israel”, and is lifted from Isaiah 65:12 and repeated as the heart of God in the New Testament in Romans 10:22. God never stops reaching out for the Jewish people, even if, as Isaiah said, their hearts turn away in hardness.
18 x 25 Edition of 200……….$40.00
This piece illustrates the call for God’s people to “Wake up!” from Isaiah 52:1. Behind the Tallit (prayer shawl) is the wailing wall or Kotel. Though it is not in any way a realistic image, the tower of David can be seen through a crack in the wall. This is a picture of the Messiah. “The name of the Lord is a tall tower, the righteous runs into it and is saved.” (Proverbs 18:10). Messiah will clothe Israel with strength and salvation.
10 x 22 Edition of 200……….$30.00
The essence of Judaism (or, a Biblical lifestyle) is to “sh’mor” which means to observe or do, and to “Zakor” which means to remember. In Judaism, that remembrance can be into the past or forward into the future as well. The Sabbath, the 7th day of the week is a shadow of God’s Day that is coming; the Kingdom. We can rehearse this Day each week.
18 x 24 Edition of 500……….$54.00
Men and women dance exhuberantly before the Lord. On the left are ribbons, on the right are tzi-tzit, or ritual fringes of the prayer shawl. This piece represents both the male and female aspects of God. Both man and woman were created in God’s image.
16 x 20 Edition of 100……….$30.00
Yeshua (Jesus) said, “I am the light of the world….” Those who follow him have the light of life. Each Sabbath, lights are kindled in the dark world to welcome the Sabbath which is a picture of the Sabbath of God, the Day of the Lord or the Kingdom.