The psalm in Tehilim describes an oath that the exiles take upon being banished from Israel, vowing to remember Jerusalem until they return.
These powerful words have been a source of hope to Jews throughout history:
“If I forget thee, O Jerusalem, let my right hand forget her cunning” (Psalms, chapter 137, verse 5).
In this piece, one can observe the mixture of letters, symbolizing memories and words that are whisked away by time and vaguely remembered ,whereas in the midst stand the bold letters, expressing Israel’s strong collective memory of Jerusalem.
The frame seen is an illustration and can be ordered in gold, black or white colors.
Category: Calligraphy, quality copy.
Materials: Print on canvas, parchment or art paper.