When King David had to hide from King Solomon, he went to the desert, to one of the nicest places in it. The Wadi David is a lush paradise in the middle of rough, reddish mountains and right above the Dead Sea. Two springs have created an oasis of wild life which is abundant and remarkably unperturbed by human presence. It's on of the best places for the artists to work in for this reason.
Today the artists met here with a group of Palestinian, Israeli and Bedouin children and helped them see and record through drawing the miracles of this rich and abundant landscape.