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Sukhá in Hebrew means "refuge". In the matter, Kohelét's roll says: " Do not look for solutions under the Sun, where you are going to get disappo… Read More
Sukhá in Hebrew means "refuge". In the matter, Kohelét's roll says: " Do not look for solutions under the Sun, where you are going to get disappointed and to getting tired, but look for them under the Sukáh, where the sejáh covers almost all the Sun with the branches on the ceiling. A weak made cabin of branches and with only two walls it is stronger and protective than a castle of stone, because this sukáh is Elohím himself, The Shadái, which gives of sucking until we say coarse sewing. " I formed on linens in acrylic a series of paintings in which I present my graphical vision of my personal refuge. The pictures were exposed in the Gallery Eleanor Jackson of Montemorelos's University at the beginning of May of this year. Read Less
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Sukhá in Hebrew means "refuge". In the matter, Kohelét's roll says: " do not look for solutions under the Sun, where you are going to get disappointed and to getting tired, but look for them under the Sukáh, where the sejáh covers almost all the Sun with the branches on the ceiling. A weak made cabin of branches and with only two walls it is stronger and protective than a castle of stone, because this sukáh is Elohím himself, The Shadái, which gives of sucking until we say coarse sewing. "   I formed on linens in acrylic a series of paintings in which I present my graphical vision of my personal refuge. The pictures were exposed in the Gallery Eleanor Jackson of Montemorelos's University at the beginning of May of this year.