"Avraham Borshevsky — the world famous Hebrew scribe and a leading Israeli Judaica artist, whose artworks on parchment are located in museums and private collections in 30 countries around the world"
The Jerusalem Post, 2010
Avraham Borshevsky (b. 1970) is a renowned Israeli calligrapher. He lives and works in Jerusalem and creates unique and personally designed works of art. Complying with Halachic law, he creatively extends the Jewish ceremonial art tradition, and has devoted himself to creating original parchment manuscripts based on sacred Hebrew Scriptures. In 2004, Avraham Borshevsky scribed a unique kosher Mezuzah parchment recognized as a masterpiece of Hebrew sacred calligraphy. It has been documented by Guinness World Records as the world’s largest.
Artworks of Avraham Borshevsky on parchment are located in museums and private collections in 40 countries around the world.