Artist, writer, woman

An interview with Batnadiv HaKarmi about her in-depth artistic study on each one of the Hebrew Bible’s chapters

By NATALIE FISHER
November 18, 2015 22:41
Israel art

Morning Painting 4.. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Over two years ago, artist and writer Batnadiv HaKarmi began her longest-running project to date. She calls it Bibliodraw, an in-depth study of each of the Hebrew Bible’s 929 chapters, one per day.

Responding to each chapter with original drawings and poetry, HaKarmi posts her unrevised work on the Bibliodraw blog. There it stands as a testament to the power of creative commitment and the beauty of learning for learning’s sake.

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