Calligrapher-artist, Judaic sacred texts expert
“Avraham Borshevsky is a globally renowned Hebrew calligrapher and leading Israeli expert in Jewish studies. His parchment artworks can be found in museum and private collections in 30 countries around the world.” “The most sacred of all arts.” The Jerusalem Post, 2010
Avraham Borshevsky (born 1970, the USSR) is a renowned artisan of sacred and creative calligraphy, based in Jerusalem.
Borshevsky’s parchments stand apart through original design and virtuoso execution, valued for the synthesis of Borshevsky’s in-depth understanding of various texts belonging to the People of the Book, and their conceptual image using the language of art. For certain manuscripts, a certain level of knowing gematria* is required to embrace the artist’s intention.
In 2004 Avraham created the unique Tzar Mezuzah**, which was ranked in the Guinness Book of Records as the largest one globally. This masterpiece of Hebrew writing today is a credit to the collection of the Contemporary Museum of Calligraphy.
Borshevsky’s creations are eagerly sought as exclusive premium personal gifts. Presidents and prime ministers, diplomats, leading rabbis, Christian hierarchs, Forbes businessmen, and globally renowned public characters own the parchments signed by Avraham Borshevsky.
Entertaining individual and group workshops in Borshevsky’s art studio in Jerusalem and at his international exhibitions provide opportunities to know more about the art of one of the leading Israeli calligraphers.
* Gematria is a Hebrew numerology linked to the mystic philosophy of the Kabala.
** Mezuzah is a sacred handwritten parchment manuscript inscribed with a short verse from the Five Books of Moses. It is commonly placed on doorposts of Hebrew homes to keep one of the Bible commandments.