I’m pleased with this bilingual Blessing in Hebrew for Children print. As a previous reviewer noted, the coloring of the letters is variegated. But I believe that is the artist’s intentional design. To me, the English letters evoke a shimmering sunset pond painted in watercolor. The Hebrew letters have an industrial look of aged metal. Both variations add more interest to the artwork than would be achieved by plain lettering. However, this is definitely a matter of taste, and it’s not to everyone’s liking.
Incidentally, while the picture waits to be hung, it has roamed from room to room in our house.That’s how I serendipitously discovered that the hues used in the lettering coordinate with the various color schemes of all the rooms in our house — not just the palette of the one room for which it’s intended.
The colors on the blessing are faint and a bit sad looking. The words are great but the printing is lacking.