Although the Jewish Star is the six-pointed Star of David, the five-pointed pentagon, which this painting is based on, has interesting connections to Judaism and Kabbalah as well. There are Five Books of Moses; Five Loves and Five Strengths (see the explanation of my picture Sefirot Number Ten); Five Partzufim (see the explanation of my picture The Family Tree of Life).
I am particularly fond and proud of this painting. This one was made using simple tools at first - protractor and ruler - so the geometry here is more precise, but not perfect, and the feeling of three-dimensionality is pretty strong. The image is basically divided into nine sections - hinting at the first nine Sefirot. Notice how some of these sections are hexagons with six-pointed stars (hexagrams); and some are pentagons with five-pointed stars (pentagrams). This motif hints at the Sefirot (three by three) with the fractal repetition within each section expressing th