Elise Luce Kraemer, Visual Artist
Ki Thetze
Fresh and Harvested Acyrlic on Board
12" by 12"
Cassady Daughtery became a Bar Mitzvah on September 3, 2011 when he read the Ki Thetze portion of the Torah. The image depicts the portion of the parsha that deals with allowing some of your crops to remain on the trees and ground so that poor people can harvest some food. Also shown is the ox that you are not permitted to muzzle when it works for you. Instead of fruit on the tree, there are books. Cassady raised money and awareness for "Operation Read It Again" which provides books for children in Afganastan.
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