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Shalom by David Gerstein

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$109.00
Product SKU: DG0042

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David Gerstein's view on peace in the Holy Land, Shalom is a three dimensional portrayal of a pair of doves flying over a stylized script of the word Shalom - Peace in Hebrew . This free standing sculpture is a hand painted, cutout steel piece from David Gerstein's small objects collection, approximately 12.4" X 10.2" in size.

David Gerstein is a painter and sculptor working with hand painted, serigraph, silk screen printing and cutout steel. Gerstein creates a brilliantly colorful multi layered universe inspired by Graffiti art, Pop art and other types of modern artwork. He is based in Israel.

If you are looking for a specific limited edition David Gerstein piece, one of the artistÂ’s hand painted, autographed, or larger David Gerstein objects - Please contact us.
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David Gerstein's view on peace in the Holy Land, Shalom is a three dimensional portrayal of a pair of doves flying over a stylized script of the word Shalom - Peace in Hebrew . This free standing sculpture is a hand painted, cutout steel piece from David Gerstein's small objects collection, approximately 12.4" X 10.2" in size. David Gerstein is a painter and sculptor working with hand painted, serigraph, silk screen printing and cutout steel. Gerstein creates a brilliantly colorful multi layered universe inspired by Graffiti art, Pop art and other types of modern artwork. He is based in Israel. If you are looking for a specific limited edition David Gerstein piece, one of the artistÂ’s hand painted, autographed, or larger David Gerstein objects - Please contact us.

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