The Sharon Sukkah
Contemporary artist Sharon Binder has designed a colorful series of wall hangings for decorating the sukkah that depict the harvest symbols of the seven species with which the Land of Israel is blessed.
These panels may be used as individual decorations or to create an entire sukkah interior that is both permanent and portable, as well as weatherproof.
These panels may be used as individual decorations or to create an entire sukkah interior that is both permanent and portable, as well as weatherproof. The panels, originally hand-painted and now reproduced on durable, plasticized canvas, may be ordered as a set or as individual pieces.
Each panel measures 1 x 2 m. (39" wide x 79" long) and is fitted with grommets for easy hanging in the sukkah. In warmer climates and especially in Israel, the panels may be used to form the actual walls of the sukkah. An additional panel, depicting the etrog and lulav, along with the hadas and aravah branches, highlights another significant observance of the festival.
These panels, signed by the artist, will greatly enhance the custom of building sukkot and provide inspiration for years to come. Prints of the panels, measuring x , are available, and personal inscriptions may be printed on the wall hangings by custom order.