Mizrach: Archie Granot has transformed an original paper cut into a simple and beautiful laser cut that directs one’s heart east towards Jerusalem in prayer.
This limited edition laser cut is available in a choice of 3 different colors – red, dark blue and gold. The laser cut is mounted in a handsome frame between 2 panes of unbreakable lucite, and the laser cut achieves dimensionality by being set from the wall. The color of the wall becomes the background color of the work.
This artwork is shipped directly from Israel and can take up to two weeks to arrive.
Materials: Paper lasercut mounted between 2 pieces of lucite; wood frame
Size: 13″ x 8 1/4″ framed
As this laser cut is shipped directly from Israel, gift wrap is unavailable.
Meet the Artist: Archie Granot
Papercuts are a traditional art form used in many Judaica designs, and Israeli artist Archie Granot is one of the leading papercut artists in the world. His creative papercuts - the ketubah, mizrach, mezuzah, birkat habayit (blessing for the Jewish home) and more - both revive and continue a traditional Jewish art form while innovating against it. Distinguished by multiple layers of paper, Granot produces creative and beautiful papercuts - complex and impressive works, each cut with surgical scalpel - that require a lengthy and intuitive process of creation, a process often hidden beneath the multiple layers of paper. Curves and links are interwoven creating incredible depth, texture and movement. Archie Granot's use of Hebrew inscriptions, hand cut in astonishingly precise calligraphic letters, is an integral part of his papercuts.Learn More