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

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…

31March

Great Coping Strategies in the wake of COVID-19

Dear Friends, Family, Neighbors, Customers, Clients and Colleagues, It’s times like these when I focus on the unique opportunities that I am afforded by having time at home. (If home is not a safe place for you, please click here.)  This post is dedicated to ways that you can help yourself and help others during the quarantine.   Although I…

11March

Honoring Women with the Shin Tree of Life

Aviva – A Campus for Senior Life has created a warm and loving community for seniors in the Sarasota Florida area.  Once per year, they hold an awards ceremony where they thank the people that make Aviva Campus for Senior Life such a great community.  This March they decided to honor four women for their dedication to Aviva with my…

25February

Bridging the Religious Divide though Art

Thanks to the J. Jewish News Weekly for this recent article on new pieces– the Priestly Blessing Bracelets and how they’ve helped me to connect to the Orthodox community to help bridge the religious divide. Click here to read the article. If you are interested in reading about the background story and the inspiration for the Priestly Blessing Bracelets,  check…

07February

Sharing the Torah at the San Francisco Waldorf High School

The 10th grade at the San Francisco Waldorf High School has an amazing 3-4 week course on Tanakh during the year long “Explorations in Early Literature” track course.   In the track course,  they learn the Ramayana, Egyptian Book of the Dead, Gilgamesh, Mesopotamia, the New Testament and more.  For Tanakh, students read passages, do pictorial representations of scenes,  learn…

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