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Symbolism in "Shabbat Shalom” by Erik Kučera
Here in Shabbat Shalom we see the text of Shabbat Shalom written in Hebrew on the left side.
The moon and stars can be seen in the background to represent the sunset when shabbos begins.
The dial in the middle of the image falls between Friday and Saturday representing the days of the week when we celebrate. The number seven as well to the right represents the 7th day as a day of rest.
The two lights in the middle represent the candles of shabbos.
The main triangle one sees in the image is actually one half of the Star of David which is directly placed over the other half which is a little bit more hidden.
Brightly displayed on the upper right is a sort of compass. Inside the compass is an eye, the eye is the window to the soul. Shabbat is the day of looking inwards and it is the axis or focal point at the center of the six directions (North-South, East-West and Up and Down) which are the other outward modes of the other six days of the week.
The keyhole one sees a restricted view of what lies behind a locked door. This symbol represents the desire to know more by looking through the keyhole.