“Ishi” : Original Artwork by Karien Bredenkamp
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Sale price$29.00
Print Or Original?:Limited Edition Print
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Prints: Limited edition of 10

About The Artwork:

Introducing 'ISHI,' an interesting black-and-white illustration featuring the word ISHI spelled with branches.

Ishi is a word that can have different meanings depending on the context and the language in which it is being used. While in Japanese, Ishi usually means "stone" or "rock, which can represent strength, durability, and resilience. "Ishi" can also symbolize the earth, the natural world, and the importance of staying grounded and connected to our roots. In Hebrew, "Ishi" is a word that means "my husband." It is used in the Bible in the book of Hosea, where it is used to symbolize God's relationship with the people of Israel. "Ishi" in this context represents the intimate and loving relationship between God and his people.

Branches and wood are powerful symbols deeply rooted in many cultures and traditions. They can represent growth, flexibility, and the cyclical nature of life. The different qualities of wood and branches can also convey different meanings, such as oak's strength and durability or bamboo's flexibility and versatility.

When combined, the symbolism of "ishi," branches, and wood can represent the importance of staying grounded and connected to our roots.

"Nothing in or of this world measures up to the simple pleasure of experiencing the presence of God." — Aiden Wilson Tozer

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