Sara M Novenson: Contemporary Jewish Artist

NEW: The Bound Book, Illuminated Visions, Women of the Bible

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SARA NOVENSON in the JERUSALEM POST October 19, 2011


Sara Novenson speaks about her work.
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Women of the Bible: Judith
Great Women of the Bible
(series) Limited editions
Women of the Bible Book
Women of the Bible Book
Limited edition box set
Song of Solomon Series: Rose of Sharon
Song of Solomon Series
Limited editions
Landscape Art Prayers
Landscape Art Prayers
Landscape Art, New Mexico and Israel
Landscape Art,
New Mexico and Israel
New Work by Sara Novenson
New Work

Sara’s artwork and Judaic Art is a unique, inspirational and luminous blend of landscape paintings of New Mexico and Israel landscapes, many bordered with Hebrew Psalms and blessings. Influenced by the stories from the Torah and Kabala, her Women of the Bible paintings and limited editions are mystical and powerfully charged with the spirituality of these great women.

Click here for article about Sara published in Lilith Magazine.

Most of the limited editions on Sara Novenson’s web site are giclee prints. Each one is proofed, hand painted, signed, and numbered by the artist. Sara hand paints each print with pastels and gold pigments, making every single one a unique piece. Many of the 11”x 14” pieces are printed on a Japanese rice paper, then glued with an archival glue to a fine printing paper. The giclee prints are on the caliber of a fine litho or serigraph, but can cost the artist more per print. The papers and inks are archival and colorfast. All of Novenson’s giclees are done in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

“Giclee” (pronounced jhee-clay) reproductions were originally developed in 1989 as a digital method of fine art printing. The French word “Giclee” means “to spray ink.” Original artwork is converted into a digital format, stored in the computer, and then sent directly to a high-resolution inkjet printer. Giclee prints are now found in the finest galleries. Reputable museums around the world, including the Louver, New York’s Metropolitan Museum, and the Guggenheim, display giclees as part of their collections.
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