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Birds of the Air DIASEC Print by Patrick Bezalel

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Luke 13:18-20

The Parable of the Mustard Seed

Then He said, “What is the kingdom of God like? And to what shall I compare it?
It is like a mustard seed, which a man took and put in his garden; and it grew and became a large tree, and the birds of the air nested in its branches.”

Throughout my travels, I like to photograph birds.  Shot in Hokkaido during the bitter winter, I see the birds carefreely resting upon the branches.  Where shall they rest if there are no trees? Where will trees come from if they are no seeds?

And that is like the mustard seed.  Though small and insignificant, when planted, it grows into a large tree providing shelter and rest for many.  Jesus was the promised seed. In John 12:24, He came humbled as a man and was sowed and broken that we may enjoy the true kingdom of God - righteousness, peace and joy.

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HYPERREALISM DIASEC PRINT

Drawn to Reality

"Every piece of art created looks no different from a high-resolution image.  It is hand-drawn stroke by stroke.  I chose to recreate on the digital medium as it allows me to go into details otherwise impossible with traditional medium. What motivated me to go into this art form was when I was challenged by the Lord to train myself to be patient and to persevere to complete every image to close to the original. Each art piece is produced on DIASEC Print or on Artist Paper Framed in limited editions. You will also bring home the entire creation experience on the Augmented Reality application -- Artivive." -Patrick Lee, Artist

DIASEC is the first and the most established system in the world that allows digital art to be bonded directly and permanently to an acrylic sheet. Digital art is mounted to high museum and exhibition standards. The finish is high gloss with brilliant colors and razor-sharp resolution. Diasec is a worldwide trademark registered by Diasec-Sovilla S.A. in Switzerland, who developed the technique in 1969.