A piece by famous Israeli Painter, Menashe Kadishman. He is well-known for earthworks, sculptures, performances, installations, and paintings redolent with religious themes. The coloured rocks lying in the lower part of the painting look like small, however, that is only how the artist plays with human conception of sizes. Orange background with the purple figure in the center captures spectators. The artist's trademark are hundreds of portraits of sheep, each one different from another. At the 1978 Venice Biennale, Kadishman showed sheep for the first time: he presented a flock of colored sheep as living art. He believed, that “art grows from feelings and not rational calculations alone”. He dealed with emotions and the perception of colours.