Tikkan Olam Panel of Pewter & Maple by Emily Rosenfeld
The concept of Tikkun Olam or "Repairing the World" is an ancient Jewish teaching. Here it is represented by the Tree of Life and is rooted in the word "Rachamim" or "Compassion." This panel is a reminder to nurture the worlds we inhabit, to heal our spirits, our communities and our earth by connecting to the spirit of our faith. Made of pewter and mounted on spalted maple, each piece of wood has its own unique texture and shape. Made to hang indoors, it meausures approximately 5.5" by 4."