"A Woman of Valor" Eshet Chayil Wall Hanging by Glenn Grubard

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Digitally designed, paper cut fine artist Glenn M. Grubard uses only the best quality base materials to create his designs. This art piece is hand-painted to a beautiful completion using acrylic paint and meets the “Library of Congress Standards for Archival Properties”. Signed by the artist and comes with a certificate of authenticity. 

All items used to create his art is 100% made in the United States. The surface is designed to deliver a smoother, cleaner cut with metallic colors so vivid, it seems as though they are three dimensional. All paints used are water-based metallic acrylics and are environmentally friendly and safe for the environment.

This piece is 12" X 12" matted (art is 10" x 10") and includes a low-profile black frame.

"Woman of Valor" piece with the classic words "A Woman of Valor, Who Can Find Her? She is Far More Precious Than Jewels". "A Woman of Valor" is a hymn which is customarily recited on Friday evenings after synagogue. Traditionally, this passage is recited by the husband before kiddush. After the candles are lit, the wife is praised and the children are blessed. Inspired by Proverb 31: 10-31, captured in this unique piece, and inspirational words. Perfect for a special someone or to commemorate and honor "A Woman of the Year", this piece is sure to delight anyone lucky enough to receive it.

Custom colors and personalizing available. Please contact us for more details. 

USA shipping only. Please allow 1-2 weeks for creating these made-to-order pieces. Rush shipping not available. Gift wrap not available.

Shipping Info

  • Free shipping on U.S. orders $75+
  • Orders typically ship in 5 business days from Glenn Grubard's New York studio
  • Standard delivery takes 3-10 business days
  • Easy returns within 30 days of purchase. Custom items are final sale.

More about Glenn Grubard Designs

Self-taught mixed media artist Glenn Grubard has developed a unique art form based on the centuries-old technique of paper cutting. Most of his work has inspirational sayings, hymns or prayers inserted to encourage and motivate those who receive his unique pieces. In his intricate designs, he creates continuous connections of laser-cut works of art.