The Shabbat "Six
days shall work be done, but the seventh day is a Shabbat
of solemn rest, a holy convocation." Lev 23:3
Suran is a Jerusalem artist who paints fine art and limited edition
Giclee reproductions of Biblical scenes and landscapes of Israel,
the land of the Bible. Her work is known throughout Israel, U.S.,
Europe, and Asia. She is a licensed Israeli Tour Guide, specializing
in leading and guiding intercessory groups on prophetic prayer journeys
of her published work includes "If I Forget You O Jerusalem",
"The Gates of Jerusalem", "Galilean Landscapes",
"Impressions of Judea and Samaria", "The Compassion
of Jesus", "Jacob's Dream" and "Jacob's Struggle".
She is the author of the book "Exile and Redemption" and
her most recent works are "The Twelve Tribes of Israel"
and "The Feasts of Israel". She is inspired by the beauty
of the land, the light and colors of Jerusalem and Israel, and God's
love and purposes for Israel His beloved people.
was born in 1948 and raised in Scottsdale, Arizona and Aspen, Colorado.
She studied sculpture and design in Providence, Rhode Island, and
in 1970 began her career as a painter. She has had many solo exhibitions,
commissions in churches and synagogues and public buildings, as
well as speaking tours and seminars. She
moved to Israel in 1980, and lived in the Galilee for the first
few years. In 1985 she moved to Jerusalem where she has her studio,
the home of "Jerusalem Prophetic Art". She gave this name
to her studio after working on a commission in 1986 which brought
about the concept of prophetic art from Jerusalem. Her artwork draws
it's inspiration from the Bible and most of her works are painted
in a distinctive series that reflects and expresses the spiritual
concept of the relationship of God's Word to the land of Israel
concept of Jerusalem Prophetic Art is based upon Biblical prophecies
which explore the destiny of the people of the Bible. The idea of
"prophetic art" deals with the content and technique searching
out the meaning of the Holy Scriptures through the use of symbols
and parables as seen through the landscapes of the Bible. The message
of Jerusalem Prophetic Art is to express the Kingdom of God, past,
present and future.