Original painting (not a print). One of a kind!
Artist: Nancy Cupp
Size: 16x20 inches
Medium: Atelier Interactive Acrylics
Date created: 2012
Gold wooden frame (see photo example)
Comes with certificate of authenticity signed by the artist
Over the past few years, a new type of acrylic paint, called Atelier Interactive Acrylics, has come to market. I was very excited to experiment with these new paints. The paint allows for re-wetting as I paint, and even dried paint can be “unlocked” to allow re-working of the image. Atelier Interactives do dry slower; but, not anything like the drying time for oils.
This painting is my first using Judaic objects for a still life. I chose the menorah, a shofar, and a prayer shawl. Each has great spiritual significance in themselves. The prayer shawl has fringe along the edge that represent the 613 laws of the Old Testament. Do you remember the story of the woman with the issue of blood? This fringe is what the woman grabbed for, at the feet of Jesus. She knew that if she could grab that fringe, which represents the law and word of God, she would be healed.
The menorah was used in the temple to represent the light of God. The shofar is the ram’s horn used to call people to prayer, sound an alarm, announcements, etc. God is calling His people to pray as never before to usher in His kingdom. The Holy Spirit is our intercessor.
Romans 8:27 And he that searcheth the hearts knoweth what is the mind of the Spirit, because he maketh intercession for the saints according to the will of God.
Hebrews 7:25 Wherefore He is able also to save them to the uttermost that come unto God by Him, seeing He ever liveth to make intercession for them.
INTERCESSION large print
This is a print, not the original
Artist: Nancy Cupp
Large wall print (13” X 19”): $35.00 print + $15.00 shipping + $3.38 tax = 53.38 total
printed on 13 x 19 size heavy acid free paper
Print only, NO mat or frame
Shipping included to the 48 USA states