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Eat From This Tree and Live Forever

Tuesday, November 21st, 2017

 

Who wouldn’t want to live forever… and according to the book of Genesis, The Tree of Life was originally the medium God was to use, to perpetuate human existence throughout eternity. However there was one problem. A nearby counterfeit tree had tempting fruit, and it’s affect, resulted in death.

Fast forward 6,000 years and you have the Earth ready to “close up shop”, awaiting for it’s Devine “make-over.”
When this happens, this Tree of Life, the same tree, protected and held in storage from Genesis, will be replanted on Earth and the inhabitants will once again eat its life giving fruit…and so begins again, humanities journey of eternal life.

Archeological illustrator, Elfred Lee, assembled the necessary research to construct the only accurate depiction of the Tree mentioned in the book of Genesis and then making a second appearance in the book of Revelation.

This image on canvas comes in 4 edition sizes. Go to our MUSEUM STORE to explore the Tree which awaits our return…to give us Life.

Introducing “The Tree of Life” by Elfred Lee

Friday, October 27th, 2017

 

Long overdue “Hello from us to you.” Our 7 year hiatus is over and are back creating a new version of the museum. Now, the museum is not open, however we in the process of filling a small section of the museum at our Phoenix, NY location into a mini-museum and will be open to the public in the coming months.

Today marks the release of a new Elfred Lee masterpiece titled “The Tree of Life.” Here’s a sneak peek at this kaleidoscope of color depicting the final triumphant return of the Tree of Life back to Earth, which was taken to heaven just before the world-wide of of Noah some 4,500 years ago.

This print will go on sale in November 2017 and can be previewed in our Museum on-line store.

Noah’s Ark Captured on Canvass

Tuesday, March 7th, 2006

Christmas 2000 and I excitedly dialing San Diego, California. “Hello, is this Elfred Lee?”, I asked. Artist Elfred Lee was the perfect choice for the project to see Biblical stories and concepts depicted in an intelligent, realistic and interesting way. Elfred was not only an artist but also an explorer who had searched the Middle East for Noahs Ark. He would bring realism and depth to “The Invitation“ a painting of Noah pleading with the onlookers to enter the ark. Lee would perfectly accomplish this goal of giving credibility to the Biblical story.

On March 15, 2001 Elfred Lee and I signed a contract to begin this magnificent painting that would would take 3 years to complete this 4 x 8 ft. masterpiece but Elfred always tell people “it took 40 years”  because this painting was the fruit of a lifetime of research and exploration.

Elfred’s credentials were fundamentally important to this painting. From 1969 to 1985 Elfred had been on 4 separate expeditions up Mount Ararat, the biblical resting place of the Ark. During that time he was also introduced to 2 actual eyewitnesses who had claimed seeing the ark. Separately these men recounted their unique experiences and like a crime scene artist, Elfred sketched both the shape and position of the ark. Though these men had never met nor spoken to each other, the resulting sketches matched completely and became the basis for the ark design used in The Invitation.