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Moses and His Law

Aaron and Alan Hicks
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An open edition art print by Aaron Hicks and Alan Hicks depicting Moses receiving the two tablets of the covenant (Ten Commandments) from GOD. It was inspired by biblical scripyture, Exodus 31:18, that reads:

"When God finished speaking with Moses on Mount Sinai, he gave him the two tablets of the covenant, tablets of stone, written with the finger of God."

This giclee measures 24x20 inches.

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Description

An open edition art print by Aaron Hicks and Alan Hicks depicting Moses receiving the two tablets of the covenant (Ten Commandments) from GOD. It was inspired by biblical scripyture, Exodus 31:18, that reads:

"When God finished speaking with Moses on Mount Sinai, he gave him the two tablets of the covenant, tablets of stone, written with the finger of God."

This giclee measures 24x20 inches.

Specs.
Edition Open Edition
Framed Unframed
Height 24 inches
Length 20 inches
Medium Paper
SKU hicks158
Aaron and Alan Hicks
Alan and Aaron Hicks are identical twin brothers from Chicago, Illinois. Not only do they share the same facial features, but the same unique talent as well. Since the age of eight, the twins shared an intense desire to express their creativity through drawing. Over time, what began as a journey of self-expression through art became a bona fide passion to capture "life" with whatever media God placed in their hands. The only question would be, "which hand?" because Alan paints with his left hand, while Aaron paints with his right. As the twins matured, the same passion that drove them to create artistically also inspired them to hone their skills within an academic environment. Thus, Alan and Aaron began to further their education and their talent at the University of Illinois in Chicago. In 1985, their perseverance and dedication paid off; the twins received Bachelor of Arts degrees in Biocommunications/Medical Illustrations from the University of Illinois. Today, they continue to stretch themselves as artists and consistently strive for Godly perfection in their work. Their spiritual and family oriented motifs have been exhibited throughout the country and in numerous publications, such as Ebony, Jet, and Upscale Magazine. Whether or not Alan and Aaron paint an image together or single handedly produce another stroke of beauty, the results are always the same: they reveal an uncanny ability to achieve outstanding color and detail in every airbrushed image.
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