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I would describe this as a gallery/museum. Should make an appointment online before going there. Mordecai gives you the background of the artist and explains the spititruality of the series of Psalm paintings. He has all sizes of artwork there/varous prices if you desire. Just...More
A rare find we stumbled upon in The Jewish Quarter in the Old City. There was a corresponding original painting to match each of the 189 psalms. There were paintings that did not deal with psalms but had deep meaning. The gentleman that runs the...More
Waking past I came into this store/ museum. Bright and full of committees, the paintings on display are by Rabbi Herbert who has since passed.
To have the psalms pour into canvas takes on a different meaning. Walk in to be blessed a bit more...More
My daughter and I planned to visit the Psalm Museum, during the planning stage of our trip. We were familiar with the work of the amazing artist...Rav Berg...May he Rest in peace. Despite seeing the art work in a book, we were not prepared to...More
Met the owner Mordecai, who is a fantastic guy. A source of information and a delight to meet and talk to. His shop is now in the Old City in the Jewish Quarters as he has recently moved to #9 Chabad Sreet The paintings are...More
Well, I didn't really have an experience. I rated this attraction "average" but that's a weighted average. From speaking with friends, this is supposed to be very worthwhile, however, I never actually got to visit because this site has moved and never updated their information...More
I really enjoy my visit to this place because I saw the manuscript of psalm 151 that is not at present in the Holy Book. I was recently discovered but cannot be included until reviews are done as we were told. Here you have time...More