Using her feminine grace, Queen Esther convinced the decadent King Ahasuerus to avert a plot to murder all Jews in ancient Persia. Noticing many similarities between parties described in the Biblical story of Esther and nightclub raves, Orit painted Queen Esther as "Queen of Nightlife". The world of Ahasuerus and the world of nightlife both glorify beautiful women, drinking, and hedonism. The painting combines iconic images from ancient Persian architecture with images from the contemporary nightclub.
Orit's first Biblical painting portrays the Biblical heroine Rebecca as she draws water from the well to give to Abraham's servant, who was sent to find a suitable wife for his son Isaac.
And when Pinchas, the son of Elazar, the son of Aaron the priest, saw it, he rose up from among the congregation and took a spear in his hand, and he went after the man of Israel to the tent, and thrust both of them through, the man of Israel and the woman through her belly. And the plague that struck the children of Israel ended. (Numbers 25: 7-9)