Saturday, September 29, 2007

Part of Diane's Sukkot wall

The traditional four species for celebrating Sukkot by Diane Moore.
If you are curious and want to know more about Sukkot go to this link: _four_species
The four species are: lulav (date palm frond); hadass (bough of a myrtle tree); aravah (willow branch) and etrog (a citron, a lemon-like citrus fruit).
Diane has done beautiful hand work to depict each one here.
Be sure to double click on the photo to see the intricate raised work.


  1. Happy Holiday wishes to you. Thank you for visiting with me at my cyberplace. Your friend does beautiful work, as do you! I was looking through your posts and love your creations. You and your friend are both very talented.

  2. Thank you motherwintermoon. I'm glad you like what I make. I'm a bit humbled to be classed in the same sentence even as Diane and her work (as she's been at it for over 30 years, and I am just beginning), but it's something to aspire to certainly. Thanks again.


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