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New Coffee Table Art Book By Marlene Burns DVARIM

April 5th, 2022

New Coffee Table Art Book By Marlene Burns DVARIM

Judaic artist, Marlene Burns is pleased to announce the release of "DVARIM"....her second coffee table-sized art book ( 12"x12"). Each of the 16 paintings explores one Hebrew word with an accompanying text that interprets the word from Marlene's perspective as an artist and Hebrew educator.
Contact her directly for a full preview of the book and ordering information: art.dvarim@gmail.com

Marlene Burns On LinkedIn

January 25th, 2022

Marlene Burns On LinkedIn

My account on LinkedIn has been restricted. If you are trying to reach me, contact me at: marlee9748@gmail.com. My website is art-marleneburns.com and my print facility account with my complete body of work is at: marlene-burns.pixels.com.
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Holocaust Painting By Judaic Artist Marlene Burns

January 25th, 2022

Holocaust Painting By Judaic Artist Marlene Burns

Judaic artist, Marlene Burns is pleased to present her painting titled "Zachor: Remember" as we approach the International Holocaust Remembrance Day on January 27th. The original painting is available for purchase by contacting Marlene directly at marlee9748@gmail.com. Prints are available in a variety of sizes and materials and products at marlene-burns.pixels.com. The entire series of of Hebrew words is called "Dvarim" and can be viewed with accompanying text at: art-dvarim.com

Ineffable Name Of G-d By Judaic Artist Marlene Burns

June 10th, 2020

Ineffable Name Of G-d By Judaic Artist Marlene Burns

Judaic artist, Marlene Burns, is pleased to present her latest painting that examines the unspoken Name of G-d. Ineffable.
Too great or extreme to be expressed or explained with words.
Beyond description. Not to be uttered.
The tetragrammaton ‘Yud, Hay, Vav, Hay’ is the ineffable Hebrew Name of G-d.
According to Jewish Mysticism, Adonai went through 4 stages of creation from His spark of inspiration to the development of the concept. From emotional involvement and concrete planning, to action, while traveling through the worlds of Atzilut, Beriah, Yetzirah, and Asiyah.
Asiyah is the physical and lowest world in which we live: In this world, Adonai commanded us to build a sanctuary for Him so that he could dwell among us. (Exodus 25:8)
A spiral is the eternal sign of the creative and organizing principle of the universe. It is the intuitive symbol of spiritual development. When two spirals are intertwined, they become a double helix, a twisted ladder...

A Collection Of Inspirational Paintings Amidst The Coronavirus Pandemic By Marlene Burns

March 26th, 2020

A Collection Of Inspirational Paintings Amidst The Coronavirus Pandemic By Marlene Burns

Marlene Burns is pleased to announce that her newest gallery at the website contains 9 inspirational paintings with texts to help inspire and encourage the world as we navigate through the Coronavirus Pandemic. These images were gathered from her series of paintings that examine prayer and the texts explain them from an artist's point of view as well as a religious educator. These images are available in a variety of sizes and materials. Contact Marlene directly to discuss your questions and ordering options at: info@art-marleneburns.com

Holocaust Memorial Image By Marlene Burns Is Stocked At The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Gift Shop In Washington DC

January 31st, 2020

Holocaust Memorial Image By Marlene Burns Is Stocked At The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Gift Shop In Washington DC

Contemporary Judaic artist, Marlene Burns, is pleased to announce that her newest painting entitled 'Zachor,' will be available as prints in the Gift Shop of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC.

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Zachor: Remember
This painting serves as a visual tribute to the lives lost in the Holocaust (Shoah).
The stripes of the concentration camp uniforms and the barbed wire are overt associations, embedded in our minds.
The flames, reminiscent of Yizkor candles, serve as a reminder that we must never forget.
The artist visually faded the color out of the image, from top to bottom to allude to fading memories, as the Holocaust takes its place in history.
Yet, the brightness of the flames and word, enliven and inspire our spirit to remember!

Prints are now available in a wide variety of sizes and materials. Contact Marlene directly about licensing, postcards, bulk orders and enhanced giclees stretched on...

Holocaust Remembrance Painting, Zachor, Now Available By Contemporary Judaic Artist, Marlene Burns

January 4th, 2020

Holocaust Remembrance Painting, Zachor, Now Available By Contemporary Judaic Artist, Marlene Burns

Contemporary Judaic artist, Marlene Burns, is pleased to announce the release of her newest painting entitled 'Zachor.'

marleneburns©2020

Zachor: Remember
This painting serves as a visual tribute to the lives lost in the Holocaust (Shoah).
The stripes of the concentration camp uniforms and the barbed wire are overt associations, embedded in our minds.
The flames, reminiscent of Yizkor candles, serve as a reminder that we must never forget.
The artist visually faded the color out of the image, from top to bottom to allude to fading memories, as the Holocaust takes its place in history.
Yet, the brightness of the flames and word, enliven and inspire our spirit to remember!

Prints are now available in a wide variety of sizes and materials. Contact Marlene directly about licensing, postcards, bulk orders and enhanced giclees stretched on canvas with paint added ( at a fraction of the cost of an...

Holocaust Remembrance ZACHOR Work In Progress

January 2nd, 2020

Holocaust Remembrance ZACHOR Work In Progress

Contemporary Judaic Artist, Marlene Burns, is pleased to announce that she will be presenting. a Holocaust remembrance painting titled 'Zachor' in the coming weeks. She has released a work in progress to pique your interest with the Hebrew word surrounded by yahrtzeit flames. The striping, reminiscent of the concentration camp uniforms, head downward and stop at the line of barbed wire. If you have interest in this image as an original painting, a poster or postcards for your organization, now is the time to contact Marlene directly to discuss your orders. Contact: info@art-marleneburns.com

In Time For Sukkot New Judaic Painting By Marlene Burns

September 21st, 2019

In Time For Sukkot New Judaic Painting By Marlene Burns

Judaic artist, Marlene Burns, is pleased to reveal her latest contemporary painting in her Judaic series, "Sacred Intention."
"Spread over us the shelter of Your peace," is a powerful verse of the Hashkivenu prayer in the evening service. It provides a stunning visual of
G-d's ability to protect us throughout the night.
This shelter also references the Pilgrimage festival of Sukkot. Following Yom Kippur, we are commanded to immediately begin building a sukkah. It is traditional to perform a special ceremony with the four species ( willow, palm, myrtle and etrog) during the 8 days of Sukkot.

In this visual expression, a rich, deep blue of the night sky is separated by a cradling curve that represents the shelter. Within the shelter, the four species are detectable, as well as pomegranates, a symbol of the new year. The complete circle alludes to the sense of peace for which we are making a petition to G-d.

The original, prints and enhanced giclees on...

Summer SALE Of Contemporary Art By Marlene Burns

August 7th, 2019

Summer SALE Of Contemporary Art By Marlene Burns

Contemporary Artist, Marlene Burns, is pleased to announce that her SUMMER SALE of her paintings has begun. All paintings are 36"x36" x1.5" and are mixed media with finished sides and ready to hang. Certificate of Authenticity is included. Marlene Burns has been a professional artist for 50 years and has been represented from coast to coast in galleries, most notably, Santa Fe. Her hallmarks are edgy design and bold color.
She also welcomes commissioned work and can be contacted at: info@art.marleneburns.com. Use her website to preview all of her original paintings nas well as see pricing for fine art reproductions.

 

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