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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05April

New Series: Waves of Love Mezuzah

I am pleased to introduce a new series of mezuzot– called ‘Waves of Love.‘  The design was inspired by our dear Rabbi– Danny Gottlieb, who is becoming Rabbi Emeritus– at our temple, Beth Israel Judea.  Rabbi Gottlieb has meant a lot to me personally.  He was never too busy to speak with me about my Judaica, Jewish teachings or personal…

14March

Passover: Relevant from Generation to Generation

Since the beginning of my life– long before I turned to metal art for expression,  I knew that we were lucky to be alive.  And, I felt tasked with carrying on Jewish traditions in the face of anti-semitism.  Growing up Jewish in Los Angeles, every year at our annual Passover seder, our Holocaust Surviving grandmother and grandfather would raise a…

01March

Art for Prayer and Peace: A Bridge to Oneness — Annual Report 2020

In 2020 I was hard at work on Art for Prayer and Peace: A Bridge to Oneness. I’ve attached three different ways I shared and performed my mission.  There are more examples, if you sift through my blog– you’ll see. Bridging the Religious Divide though Art Sharing the Torah at the San Francisco Waldorf High School All About Mezuzahs and…

26January

Climate Change and the Jewish Community

The upcoming holiday of Tu B’Shevat celebrates the end of winter, the coming of spring and most importantly, it celebrates trees.  It is customary to plant trees and eat food which comes from trees during this holiday.  The ‘Tree of Life’ is a metaphor often used in Judaism to describe our most sacred book– the Torah.  The tree is used…

26December

Thank you! Art for Charities Raised almost $5,000

Thank you!  To everyone who participated in purchasing art that supported different causes this year.  Despite all the hardship, fear and grief that 2020 presented to us, we were still able to raise $4,961.79 for charities.  Here’s the breakdown: Tree of Life Synagogue:  $15.90 Whitwell Middle School – Children’s Holocaust Memorial: $26.40 Sisterhood Temple Israel of Hollywood: $215.40 American Jewish…

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