Rae's Micrography by Series - click arrows to scroll through pieces.
Text: Children’s blessing (for boys and girls, alternately)
9″ x 12″
This piece can be personalized with a baby's Hebrew and English names and birthday in calligraphy.
Text: Scroll of Antiochus
(An historical megilla/scroll recounting the events of the Hasmonean revolt, the event which instigated the celebration of the holiday of Chanukah.)
8″ x 10″
Parashat Lech L'cha
Text: Genesis 12:1 – 17:27
11″ x 14″
Parashat (Torah portion) Lech L’cha is the third portion in the Torah. The opening words of “Lech L’cha” mean “Go yourself,” God’s instruction to Avram (who would later be renamed Avraham/Abraham) to leave the land of his birth and his father’s house, to go where God will show him.
Text: Deuteronomy 32:1-33
11″ x 14″
Parashat (Torah Portion) Haazinu us the second-to-last Torah portion, also called the Song of Moses. Just before he is to die, Moses has a chance to see the Promised Land from a distance — though he will never enter it himself.
Text: Genesis 17:15-18:33, 21:1-23:20
11″ x 14″
When some mysterious strangers came by Abraham and Sarah's tent, they foretold that the barren Sarah, at the age of 90, would yet have a child. When she overheard this, Sarah laughed -- and yet, within a year, she bore a baby boy which she named Yitzchak, "he who laughed," for she laughed with disbelief -- and also joy.
Women of the Bible Series
In this series, I bring to life the various women in our biblical texts, using text that describes their stories and imagery based on commentaries, archaeology, and my own interpretations of the text and characters.
Jewish Home Series
These pieces use a variety of source texts, from liturgy to the Mishnah to the Ketuvim / Writings. These pieces make wonderful gifts for a wide range of special events -- housewarming, holidays, engagement, wedding, or a new addition to the family.
Parshiyot / B'nai Mitzvah Series
To create this series of micrography pieces, I study a weekly Parasha (Torah portion), look at commentaries on the text, and create an image that portrays the meaning of the Hebrew in the portion. My long-term goal is to create pieces for all 54 portions.
These pieces are fantastic as gifts to a Bar or Bat Mitzvah! We will personalize the print with the student's Hebrew and/or English names, date of Bar/Bat Mitzvah, and the portion name - making a unique keepsake to treasure for a lifetime.
If you would like to honor a Bar or Bat Mitzvah with a micrography piece of their Torah portion but it's not yet posted, feel free to contact me and I can move that portion to the top of my list!