‘Art is my Torah study’

Hillel Elkayam’s paintings represent his search for meaning within everything and everyone.

By ATARA BECK
September 13, 2012 16:16
‘Wall of Life’

‘Wall of Life’ 521. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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A current exhibition at the Wolfson Museum of Jewish Art in Jerusalem’s Heichal Shlomo building, on display until October 17, seems perfectly suitable for this time of year.

Titled “Myself Within All Things,” the exhibition features the work of talented artist Hillel Elkayam, whose themes are relevant to Rosh Hashana supplications such as submission to the will of God and the commandment in Leviticus to love your neighbor as yourself.

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