The lovely pictures of Ora have become an integral part of our living room. Their ability to bridge between reality and imagination with the help of abstract, but trending lines, continues to impress us. The elegant colors and the sophisticated composition combine into a real work of art.
As soon as my eyes saw Ora's painting, I knew it must be mine. I always wanted a painting of Rabbi Kook, not just a classic painting but one that would be deep and mysterious. Through her special brushstrokes and intricate light games, Ora managed to convey the loving and deep look of the late Rabbi Kook ztl against a turquoise and yellow background, very original colors for portraits of rabbis. The painting adorns the main wall of the living room and I even made a reproduction for our sukkah. Thank you Ora
Ora was able, through her painting, to express the specifics of public praying in Judaism: a group of individuals who constitute a community, all responsible for one another. She succeeded to convey this important idea, dear to us, with free color strokes and harmony between shapes and colors. The light in the synagogue, the light that comes from the public prayer on the one hand and from the big window on the other, touches me every time I see it. This is the why this painting hangs on the wall of our living room.