Peace/Shalom was done in bright colors because that's what Peace/Shalom represents to the artist. Everyone could use brightness and light in their lives. Easing of worries and burdens, having serenity enter their own private world.
Peace/Shalom is an important word, it is not just an adjective. It describes Hope and Happiness. It is not just the end of hatred, conflict and war. We all need peace in our hearts and in our souls.
A client of Esther Zions was intrigued by the circular embellishments in this piece. Remarking how they remind her of musical notes; the high notes the low notes and the neutrals. It's like life itself, the high moments, the low moments, and the neutral moments, ever present in our collective lives.
Peace/Shalom describes a bright future done in bright colors.