Recycled metals, sustainable, locally sourced materials are used whenever possible.

My Vision

When I started metal smithing, it felt like I took the tools out of my back pocket. It felt right. Clearly this was something I was meant to do—all the time. I was using my grandparents’ story of survival for a paper in a university class on the Holocaust and Genocide, when my grandfather started giving me his tools….

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My Blog

01September

‘High Holy Days’ Honey & Art Sale to Benefit the Hungry

In collaboration with The Brandeis School of San Francisco’s Parent Association and Mazon – A Jewish Response to Hunger, I am participating in this year’s Annual Honey Sale for Rosh Hashanah– online! Join us in this wonderful tradition: buy your honey and Judaica for the Jewish New Year(Rosh Hashanah)  and benefit a worthy cause. Use code mazon2020 at checkout on…

15July

Online FUNdraiser for Hadassah

UPDATE:  Thanks everyone who participated in the sale/fundraiser.  We raised almost $450.00 for Hadassah today!!! __________________________________________________ In my own life, I have never known times as troubling as these.  One of the best ways I cope is by giving to causes I believe in.  Hadassah is the largest Jewish women’s organization in the world.  They have created Hadassah Hospital, which…

08June

Resilience in Artistry: New Barbed Wire Pendants

I became an artist because of the deep injustices in the systems of the world towards those who are deemed “other..”  In fact my first mezuzot were a testament to the suffering of my grandparents during the Holocaust.  Before the incident with George Floyd, but in the recent rise of racist and anti-Semitic attacks in the U.S. my father and…

04June

Standing Up for Black Lives and Justice in America

As a granddaughter of Holocaust survivors, I have never had the luxury of feeling that racial justice in America existed. Growing up in diverse Los Angeles, I have always had friends of all backgrounds and colors. Even though I feel continually outraged by the institutionalized racism in this country that exists– I know I benefit from white privilege. The first…

05May

Mother’s Day Sale Generated over 325 meals for the hungry!

These are sad times indeed.    I am so fortunate to be alive and able to work from home right now.  I really want to give to people less fortunate than me.  I believe that if I (along with all of humanity) gives in the way they are able— there will be balance in the world.  In Judaism, this concept…

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