Micrography, a Jewish art form developed in the ninth century, utilizes minute Hebrew letters to form representational, geometric and abstract designs. These rare artworks are customarily rendered in black and white. Richly symbolic and steeped in heritage, this remarkable art form is both intellectually and visually stimulating
Menachem Boas labors steadily for months on each image to create his paintings. He is one of the very few micrography artists in the world to use color, pastel, and metallic inks.