Art for Prayer and Peace: A Bridge to Oneness

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This art creates spiritual connection, hope, and healing by uniting people though religious and ritual art.

This proposed interactive and evocative exhibit, according to His Holiness the Dalai Lama, “has potential for contributing to religious harmony and peace.” His Holiness Pope Francis appreciated the “devoted sentiments which prompted this thoughtful presentation…and sends his blessing.” Rabbi Danny Gottlieb of Congregation Beth Israel Judea in San Francisco states that it “successfully bridges the teachings of the Jewish faith with that of other religions.” It is inspired by the universality of diverse religious concepts expressed mostly by sounds that I have experienced through travel and study. This collection of spiritual objects in a unified space allows me to impart that deep sense of divinity revealed. To support the creation of this art installation experience– Donate Now!

Your next donation will support the exhibition and educational programs of the pieces below.

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Here are some images of the work that is finished and can be put on display with educational programs.  Email me or call 415-533-2433  exhibition and program  information.
Hebrew Shin Torah Finials, 2021, 13.5 x 9.5 x 3.5″ 23K gold leaf, sterling silver.  Photo by emiko oye
Japanese Shin Torah Finials, 2015, 14” x 7” x 3”,  23K gold leaf, copper   Photo by George Post
Japanese Shin-Heart Wimple Clasp, 2017,  5 x 3.75 x .5″,  22K gold, sterling silver, nickel silver, copper
Remembrance Paintings by Nabeela Saajad with Japanese Shin Torah Finals, Torah from the 1870’s, Mantle designed by Aimee Golant and created by Reeva Shaffer.
Opening and explaining the Torah at one of our Oneness Exhibition Events.
Linda Coppelson, Torah Scribe demonstrated the art of Torah Calligraphy.
One aspect of the exhibit shown at the event.