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Welcome to
BRACHAIM'S ARTWORKS

The collection of Brachaim's Artworks are paintings in
oil, pastel, watercolo
r, acrylic, coal, pencil & ink. 
The whole collection is a show of her creativity between early 1974 and now. 

Her artist name Brachaim represents a Blessed Life.

Brachaim's artworks are a reflection also of the meaning of her name. The blessings Yah bestowed on us through His creation.
By displaying her works from years passed until now, Brachaim takes the viewer on the journey of developing her talents and skills and makes you to a partaker of her love for creation in a natural, abstract and spiritual sense combined.
Brachaim loves creation and in her every day life it is for her important to express the impact creation's beauty makes on her and how to convey this to the viewer.


Under the years it was given to Brachaim to establish a certain way in expressing herself through color and form in oil, watercolor, pastel paintings or other drawings. Brachaim's paintings are mostly unique colorful expressions of how she experiences her natural surroundings, then bringing still in mind the impressions back to her home studio, where they find a rebirth then on the draft board; sometimes Brachaim brings her memories through photography alive on the paper or canvas. 

Brachaim loves to see  creation as a whole and whole, that means intact and though often seen very realistic, it is also the view of a dreamer who always hopes for the best.  

So are Trees, Flowers and plants, mountains, animals & people often set into landscapes or other surroundings in different compositions. Sometimes they are recalled from Brachaim's mind, sometimes directly from what she sees before her and how she can bring it to the paper/canvas by her own lively, colorful & unique expressions. 

The main thing for Brachaim is harmony in composition of color and form and when the viewer of the painting comes to the same harmony, what the painting actual reflects and finds inner joy to look at the work, then are both the viewer and the artist happy.

If you like to donate for Brachaim's cause, be assured
donations are very welcome

Donations will be invested in material for new artworks and are also helpful to pay gallery costs & other fees for art classes etc.
This is your link to send a donation:

PayPal.Me/Brachaim

Brachaim appreciates your comments & critics about her displayed works.
She appreciates always honest critics.
Under each artork is such possibility given to make your comments.

To sign Brachaim's guestbook however, please go here:


http://www.brachaim.com/guestbook

You will receive Brachaim's monthly newsletter with latest updates and info about
on-going or up-coming projects.


THANK YOU!


We encourage you to invest in the artist by making a purchase. Artwork is an investment. Your investment in Brachaim’s artwork will help her to meet one, or two of her aspiring goals which consist of helping others.

If you like to buy an original of Brachaim's paintings, she refers to her 

main website: www.Brachaim.com

where you also would sign her guestbook.
On er main website is also a possibility to purchase originals and/or  print-outs of your favorite paintings of her.

If you want to contact Brachaim, please make use of the contact page here
or on the main website, as well as Brachaim invites you to sign her guestbook
o receive her newsletter or  make any other requests:

http://www.brachaim.com/guestbook
 


TO MAKE A DONATION

please use this link:

PayPal.Me/Brachaim


THANK YOU!

And now, take a big breath & ENJOY

BRACHAIM'S ARTWORKS
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*Yah bless you!

Brachaim

p.s: *short form of the name Yahuah (YHUH), the name of our Creator



Art is not what you see but what you make others to see.”~Degas

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Brachaim's Art,different materials like watercolor, oil, pastel
 


3 comments | Post comment

Awesome sis...such a blessing and a talent from Abba! Praise YAH
-- Lori C, 2/23/16

Sis your hands are truly baruked
-- Sadiesadiya, 3/15/15

This is so inspirational!
-- Terri Pressly, 10/19/12