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“WATERFALL OF THE GODS”
Scott Williams is supposed to be back in Iceland right now teaching an art group, but the photographer couldn’t travel due to the Coronavirus. This is one of his phenomenal images of “Waterfall of the Gods” taken in Godafoss, Iceland. It is 34 x 50 and a photograph on metal. The water of the river Skjálfandafljót falls from a height of 12 meters over a width of 30 meters. An old Icelandic legend tells the tale of the waterfall’s name through a Viking leader named Þorgeir Ljósvetningagoði.
“JERUSALEM STARY NIGHT”
As part of the Israeli revolution happening right now Yoram Gal painted this piece called “Jerusalem Stary Night,” that is an acrylic on canvas 40″ x 28.” The three signs say: Power, Money, and Honour. A local print shop in Israel made stickers and posters of it for free, as their contribution to the revolution for protesters fighting for justice, truth, and love.