Divine Energy: The Art of Margarita Levine
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Divine Energy: The Art of Margarita Levine

Divine Energy: The Art of Margarita Levine

Jerusalem and the Divine Presence in a flurry of color and movement.

by Margarita Levine

Margarita Levine graduated from the Arts Faculty of the Polygraphic Institute in Moscow in 1970. At the same time, she worked for three years in the workshop of the famous Russian artist Vladimir Weisberg. In 1990, Levine immigrated to Israel. In 1995, Levine began studying Torah with Miriam Blich, a long-standing student of Rabbi Mordechai Sheinberger of Jerusalem's Old City. Three years later, she began studying "Torah and Psychology" with Efim Svirsky, Director of Education of Aish HaTorah's Russian program, where she continues to study today. Levine's Torah studies have had a great influence on her creativity and have resulted in the paintings presented in the gallery.

Levine's 20 exhibitions have included shows in the United States, Canada, Israel, France, Poland and the former Soviet Union.

The Kotel is not stones. It is the place where the Divine Presence constantly dwells.

Creation of the World 1999 Canvas, oil 62cm x 67cm

 
 
Print $90



Original $50,000
Clouds of Glory 2001 Canvas, oil 70cm x 70cm

 
 
Photo Reproduction $90



Original $10,000
The Western Wall with the Temple 2000 Canvas, oil 70cm x 100cm

 
 

Print $90



Original $20,000
Division of Waters 2001 Canvas, oil 65cm x 102cm

 
 
Photo Reproduction $90



Original $18,000
Jerusalem of the Future 2000 Canvas, oil 34cm x 74cm

 
 
Print $90



Original $10,000
Kotel, Prayer 2000 Canvas, oil 55cm x 65cm

 
 
Photo Reproduction $90



Original $18,000
The Flood 2001 Canvas, oil 70cm x 100cm

 
 
Photo Reproduction $90



Original $10,000
Heavenly Temple 2001 Canvas, oil 50cm x 100cm

 
 
Photo Reproduction $90

Original $18,000
Kotel 2002 Canvas, oil 26cm x 26cm

 
 
Photo Reproduction $90



Original $3,000
Beginning of Sinai 1999 Canvas, oil 90cm x 120cm

 
 
Print $90



Original $50,000
The Way to Sinai 2001 Canvas, oil 65cm x 90cm

 
 
Photo Reproduction $90



Original $10,000
The Land of Jerusalem 2001 Canvas, oil 60cm x 80cm

 
 
Photo Reproduction $90



Original $10,000

All the artwork you see on this page are exclusive and intellectual property of Margarita Levine and are protected by International Copyright Laws.

NONE of the images, in part or in full, may be downloaded, reproduced or altered in any way or used in any shape or form for any purpose whatsoever, without WRITTEN consent of Margarita Levine.

In case of any violations or infringement of this agreement, Margarita Levine will vigorously challenge and protect copyright interests.

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Published: August 5, 2003


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Visitor Comments: 7

(7) LUEANN GROSSE, March 23, 2004 12:00 AM

WE HAVE THE SAME EYES WE SEE THE SAME LIGHT

I HAVE NEVER BEEN SO INSPIRED OR SO GREATLY MOVED BY ART. I THANK YOU FOR TAKING THE TIME TO TRUELY LOOK AT GOD, AND UNDERSTAND THE LESSONS OF HIS PEOPLE, AND THE MAGNITUDE OF HIS LOVE.

(6) Sharon LeBow, February 12, 2004 12:00 AM

I want to meet you

Divine Energy are my favorite two words, and Jerusalem is my favorite place. I delight in your intellectual property. You are rich in talent and I am rich in appreciation. Bless you for your contribution to life on earth. I hope to meet you one day.
Sharon LeBow, San Antonio, TX USA

(5) Claudia, August 20, 2003 12:00 AM

excelent

excelent

(4) Joseph, August 12, 2003 12:00 AM

Shalom dear Aish,thank you very much.

(3) Anonymous, August 10, 2003 12:00 AM

Kotel prayer

The whiteness of the covering (shawl) in the kotel prayer is exquisite and a sharp contrast with the colors of the painting.

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