Between the Land and the Sky. From the Jerusalem Series Painting by Silvia Bar-am

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Painting: Oil on Canvas.

The Jerusalem Forest is one of the capital city’s most famous urban wildlife sites. Located in the Judean hills to the west of Jerusalem, this pine forest was planted around the city during the 1950s by the Jewish National Fund. At its largest, it extended over 4 square kilometers.

Today the Jerusalem Forest due to urbanization it covers only about 1.2 sq kilometers and still functions as a wildlife refuge for hedgehogs packs of jackals ,migratory birds and porcupines.
I made these Series like a testimony of change of this dynamic situation


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Between the Land and the Sky. From the Jerusalem Series

Silvia Bar-am

Israel

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Size: 1.2 W x 7.9 H x 7.9 in

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