Concept Art

A collection of animated digital art depicting various themes and concepts in Jewish mysticism. These are all personal projects.

Messiah

Judaism teaches that the purpose of creation is that man transform our material world into a dwelling place for G-d. The culmination of this purpose will be realized with the coming of the Messiah.

G-d, analogous to the ‘giver/husband,’ imbued mankind - the recipient/wife, with all the material and spiritual potential needed to perfect his creation.

Just as its the woman’s function to create and develop that which she receives from the male into an actual baby, when we harness everything G-d has given us both materially and spiritually for its intended purpose, we too, contribute to the development of G-ds 'baby.’

Exile is analogous to cosmic pregnancy and Messiah is the ultimate cosmic birth.

Messiah

G-d, analogous to the ‘giver/husband,’ imbued mankind - the recipient/wife, with all the material and spiritual potential needed to perfect his creation, which will be realized with the coming of the Messiah.

Just as its the woman’s function to create and develop that which she receives from the male into an actual baby, when we harness everything G-d has given us both materially and spiritually for its intended purpose, we too, contribute to the development of G-ds 'baby.’

The current exilic reality is analogous to cosmic pregnancy and Messiah is the ultimate cosmic birth.

Sinai

A depiction of the giving of the Torah as described in the book of Exodus. This event is also described as a 'cosmic marriage' between G-d and his people.

It is also said that this was the greatest act of revelation of G-d to man ever in history, but remains just a small taste of what awaits us in the messianic era.

In the above mentioned analogy of G-d as the ‘giver/husband,’ and mankind as the recipient/wife, when G-d gave us the Torah, we were given the spiritual tools needed to perfect creation in a gradual process that spans the course of time.

Sinai

A depiction the giving of the Torah /10 commandments as described in the book of Exodus and its commentaries. This event is also described as a 'cosmic marriage' so to speak, between G-d and man, and was the greatest act of revelation of G-d to man ever in history.

It is also said that this revelation is but a small taste of what awaits us in the messianic era.

In the above mentioned analogy of G-d as the ‘giver/husband,’ and mankind as the recipient/wife, when G-d gave us the Torah, our purpose was made known to us and we were given the spiritual tools needed to perfect creation in a gradual process that spans the course of history.

lamplighter

'The soul of man is a ‘lamp’ of G-d' - Proverbs.

Jewish mysticism elaborates on this teaching that our souls, are in fact 'spark' of G-d, dispatched from heaven to this material world for the purpose of illuminating the darkness of corporeality and physicality, with the light of goodness and G-dliness.

Our mission here, also involves both shining our own light as well as helping others, shine their light to the world as well.

With an attitude of purposeful altruism, a person becomes more aligned with their true calling as a 'lamplighter' and emissary of G-d.

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