MAGIC SQUARE TURQUESE - GICLEE ON CANVAS
by Esther Guenassia
GICLEE ON CANVAS
DATED AND SIGNED BY THE ARTIST
DIMENSION : 40x40 CM
The Holy Magic Square
Our environment is populated with many invisible but powerful energies, some favorable and harmonic, others more pernicious.
The function of these squares, in addition to their undeniable aesthetic value is to channel the positive energy of the cosmic flow. The nine sectors of the square correspond each to one aspect of human existence: Health, Prosperity, Education, Reputation, Support, Profession etc... Each zone of influence is related to directions in space and the first nine letters/numbers of the Hebrew alphabet. Their order is important because the sum of the horizontal, vertical and diagonal lines is always 15, which refers to the lunar cycle and especially the The Holy Name of God - Yod Hei. The sum of every two opposite corners is 10, the number of completeness.
The symbolism, the order of the letters and their shapes are believed to generate positive frequencies and bliss. The Magic Square makes an intense support for meditation as well as a powerful and beneficial tool to generate balance in the different areas of life they represent in the house and its inhabitants and in the life of the person who carries it on himself.
?DEFINITION: What is a giclee
Giclee is a neologism for the process of making fine art print from a digital source. The name was originally applied to fine art prints created on Iris printers in a process invented in the early 1990s but has since come to mean any high quality ink-jet print and is often used in galleries and print shops to denote such prints.
What are the advantages of giclee prints?
Giclees printers use archival inks which make the archival properties of giclees much higher than lithography or silkscreen prints. Pigmented inks we use in our printers have a light fastness rating up to 200 years. Not only giclees are going to last longer then we live their visual quality is also undeniably greater which makes it hard sometimes to distinct giclees the originals. Prints must not be exposed to direct sunlight just as any original artwork.