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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

28March

In Memorandum: Jennifer Cross Gans

Jennifer Cross Gans was a good friend and a good Christian.  She was an example of optimism, perseverance and love.  She had strong opinions and could be impatient—in a wonderfully persistent way.  She was creative and artistic—a writer, a jeweler, a singer.  I am honored and grateful to say that I’ve had a long road with Jenny.  One of my…

27February

Ukraine: How you can help

For those of us who wish for peace and environmental health in the world, news of the Russian invasion of Ukraine is crushing.  The people of the world have been through so much these last two years.  What gives Putin the right to drive his forces into peaceful cities and destroy the lives of innocent people?  With my background as…

05February

Maus, Whoopi Goldberg and Defining Race in America

As a Jew in America, and a granddaughter of Holocaust survivors, I am angered when others define my race as white.   In fact, many Jews are not white— and yet some people, especially in the US as opposed to Europe, think it’s ok to define “our race” as white because many have white skin, and therefore benefit from white…

22December

ART AND SCROLL STUDIO presents AIMEE GOLANT in Presentation and Conversation

Thanks to the American Guild of Judaic Art and Art and Scroll Studios, here’s a link to the livestream about my art.  Watch at your leisure.  Information about it below: From Shelley Werner of Art and Scroll Studio “Aimee’s art, powerful in artistic vision and purpose, is imbued with remembrance and Jewish heritage. Her craftsmanship blends the strength of metal with…

02November

Modern Menorahs: A Celebration of Lights At Sotheby’s

It’s not everyday that I get a call from a world-renowned retailer like Sotheby’s.  So when they called to see if I would like to participate in their Modern Menorahs: A Celebration of Lights show, I  was honored.  The works will be available online for a limited time.  Thank you Sotheby’s for including my work!    

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