My Paintings

This page doesn’t have anything to do with Emuna Daily, however, I needed a place to feature some of my paintings.  For those of you reading this, I am by no means an artist; I am totally an amateur.  I never took any lessons and don’t plan on doing so.  One day, I simply saw something which inspired me to paint.  Nothing has changed since that first painting in 2004.  I paint maybe once every year or two when I see a painting or something else that inspires me.  Here is my portfolio:

Picasso (my first) - 2004

Picasso (my first) – 2004

Kids Playing Piano - 2005

Kids Playing Piano – 2005
Dogs Playing Poker - 2005

Dogs Playing Poker – 2005

Flowers with a Matrix type of twist - 2008

Flowers with a Matrix type of twist – 2008

Fiddler on the Rood - 2009

Fiddler on the Rood – 2009

Chassidim Dancing - 2011

Chassidim Dancing – 2011

Shlomo Carlebach - 2012
Shlomo Carlebach – 2012

The Kotel - 2013

The Kotel – 2013

25 Responses to My Paintings

  1. Eli says:

    Not bad for an amateur. you got a gift that Hashem gave to you . Use it.

  2. I love painting I am a very beginner 85 years old. I did a couple of painting long time ago I like to do it again and I do not know how to start please help me.

    • Jeremy says:

      I wish I could help, but I honestly don’t know what I am doing. I put the brush to the canvas and hope for the best. When it comes out well, I am more shocked than anyone. Good luck!

  3. Patricia Knapp says:

    Are you interested in selling any of your paintings? Specifically the Shlomo Carlebach – 2012.

    Please let me know. Thank you.

    • Jeremy says:

      Thank you so much for the compliment. Several people have shown interest in the Carlebach painting, but I think I am going to hold on to that one. I don’t paint enough and frankly not well enough to sell them. But if I ever get around to painting again, I was thinking of making a series of paintings in that style. maybe of different rabbis. Anyway, thanks again.

      • Goldee says:

        Are you selling the Kotel one?? It’s really beautiful!! I miss israel so much and have been looking for a painting to fill the gap till we go back! Your painting is truly beautiful!!

  4. David says:

    I really like your Shlomo Carlebach painting, I am helping to run a Carlebach minyan on a Shabbat next month it would look really good for the marketing of the minyan, would you be interested in us using it?

  5. David says:

    Hi Jeremy,
    I am helping to start a weekly Friday night Carlebach Minyan in London. I would really like to use your painting for our website and Facebook page for the minyan. Could you give me permission to use it?

  6. David says:

    Here you go.. were having our first Fri night this week

  7. Bayla Sheva says:

    You could look into making prints of your work. That way, you keep the original and others get to feast their eyes as well. Present company included.

  8. Sion Betesh says:

    Nice work. Are these for sale? If so, do you have a price list?


    Do you know who the original artist of “Kids Playing Piano – 2005” is?

  10. Mazkira says:

    Hey can I use your Shlom Carlebach painting (we are located in Jlem and we have a weekly newsletter) for our Shlomo Carlebach section of the emails? Its such a fantastic painting.

  11. Sophie says:

    Your paintings are lovely, with a good range of styles. I particularly like your color choices in The Kotel. It’s distinctly different from Chagall’s work, but it does call his paintings to mind.

    • Emuna Daily says:

      Thank you so much, but in the interest of full disclosure, I did my best to copy someone else’s painting. I can’t think of the artist’s name right now, but he paints in this style and I absolutely love it. I haven’t painted in years, but if I ever do it again, I would continue with this style and the Carlebach one that i did. I appreciate the comment!

  12. realjudaism says:

    Shavuah Tov!
    You are so very talented! Kol Hakavod to you!

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