I am a Jewish artist and I wanted to create a space to celebrate other Jewish artists + Jewish artwork in general. I created this Facebook group about a week ago and people have been flooding in ever since. You can discuss artwork, promote your shop, connect with other Jewish art lovers, and get inspired!

Feel free to join up and post stuff about your new artwork or favorite Jewish artist! http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=148997195121243

Come share in the fun!

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Some of my sexier “wearable paintings” will be featured in a NC fashion show in April. See banner for details. Click here to view the Facebook page for the event. And click here to view more of my artwork.


After doing a guided meditation to prepare for my upcoming birth, I was inspired to make a painting using imagery from my experience. The image is a pregnant wolf with the Sh’ma painted around the border “Hear Oh Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is ONE!” and the “ONE” is coming from out of the wolf’s mouth. The baby wolf has a blue gem glued to it’s belly. The red parts are going into and coming out of the wolf, and also surround the wolf. An arm cradles the wolf at the top, coming from the red, like the red shape is the womb of God in which the wolf is being cradled.

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This playful painting is about unreciprocated love, or falling in love with someone who is emotionally unresponsive. The girl is gazing lovingly into the robot’s cold steel gaze, unaware that he will never become a cuddly creature. The robot has painted silver accents which have a metallic shine when light hits them.

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This drawing was inspired by children’s books like Dr. Seuss. It is a playful representation of a pregnant woman telling her pain (shown as a large scary wolf) to “SIT, BOY!”. She is taking command of the sensations in her body and feeling empowered, ready for labor! This can be given as a gift to a pregnant woman, used in meditation, or be a reminder during labor of who is REALLY in charge of your experience (YOU!)

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An exciting new way to display artwork! My “wearable paintings” so far have been done as necklaces, corset-like bodices, a few dresses, and this garter belt. I really like the garter belt idea so I think I’ll make more, with different types of designs. Click on the picture to see more images of this garter belt, or check out my website: OriannaStudios.com

I specialize in “wearable paintings”, and various other sorts of unique costumes + artwork. Check out the links below for pictures of existing costumes for sale, and for details on how to order a unique costume CUSTOM MADE just for you:
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Click here to see my ETSY shop