For a more contemporary visualization of Shekhinah in graphic art, this looks pretty good. Many thanks to “CMW” for recommending Alan Moore, J.H. Williams III, and Mick Gray’s Promethea. The interest in this series in Kabbalah via the hermetic tradition is explicit. So too is the religious traction.
About Promethea, I learned from Wikipedia: “It tells the story of Sophie Bangs, a college student from an alternate futuristic New York City in 1999, who embodies the powerful entity known as Promethea whose task it is to bring the Apocalypse.”
I think this Promethea image gets right the basic duality of Shekhinah, especially in the split between the right and the left. For the image to really work, however, the star of David would need to be in her right hand; and for her right side to align with our right side, we’d have to view her from behind. But that’s okay. It’s “only” a comic strip.