Description'Make upright frames of acacia wood for the tabernacle.Each frame is to be ten cubits long and a cubit and a half wide,with two projections set parallel to each other. Make all the frames of the tabernacle in this way.Make twenty frames for the south side of the tabernacleand make forty silver bases to go under them--two bases for each frame, one under each projection.For the other side, the north side of the tabernacle, make twenty framesand forty silver bases--two under each frame.Make six frames for the far end, that is, the west end of the tabernacle,and make two frames for the corners at the far end.At these two corners they must be double from the bottom all the way to the top, and fitted into a single ring; both shall be like that.So there will be eight frames and sixteen silver bases--two under each frame.(Exodus 26:16-25)Overlay the frames with gold and make gold rings to hold the crossbars. Also overlay the crossbars with gold.(Exodus 26:29)Place the table outside the curtain on the north side of the tabernacle and put the lampstand opposite it on the south side. (Exodus 26:35)Put the altar in front of the curtain that is before the ark of the Testimony--before the atonement cover that is over the Testimony--where I will meet with you.(Exodus 30:6)
Eric J. Bouchoc, Memphis, TN Member Since January 2009 Artist Statement Known for his stunning biblical 3-D images and videos, Eric J. Bouchoc has begun work on what he is calling The Restoration Project (TRP). TRP is an all-encompassing effort to bring the Holy Scriptures alive in a new way. Through cutting edge digital art and imagery, he seeks to convey the moods and emotions of passages in the Word of God. The flagship project for TRP is the Tabernacle. The goal through the Tabernacle and the other project that are coming soon is to capture the heart of the viewer.
Mr. Bouchoc’s work has spread to over ninety-six countries around the world and it appears often in bible studies, sermons, television programs and documentaries. Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) shows his work on Christian television and the Creation Museum in Petersburg, Kentucky has some of his work on display. For the Tabernacle Project, he is a winner of the Judges Award from the National Religious Broadcasters Convention (NRB) and Best Christian Documentary from The Christian Filmmaker Film Festival.