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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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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!    

26August

Hebrew Shin Torah Finials: From Dream to Reality

Hebrew Shin Torah Finials, silver, 23K gold, 13.5” x 9.5” 3.5”   Photo By: emiko oye The Hebrew Shin Torah Finials symbolize the power and beauty of creation—Oneness in the Universe—hearing light, creating connectivity and partnership, drawing forth restoration, sharing wisdom and consolation. I like to think of Shin in terms of Shaddai— which is one of the ways we…

28July

New! Mussar Inspired Jewelry

I was recently commissioned to create a special piece of jewelry for Rabbi Shana Chandler Leon of Congregation Ner Tamid, in San Francisco, CA.  This gift was to be symbolic of Mussar, the universal Jewish Spiritual Path, that dates back to 10th-Century Babylonia.  Her students wanted to thank her for teaching this special way of engendering purpose, meaning and spiritual…

08July

Introducing Anousha Mohsenidarabi

I’d like to introduce Anousha Mohsenidarabi, our metal arts studio assistant.  Anousha is a soft-spoken, unique individual, and an award-winning artist.  She grew up in a liberal, progressive Muslim family in Mashhad, Iran.  Her family business is custom paint manufacture, where she worked for many years, surrounded by the technicalities of color.  At the University of Azad in Mashhad, Iran,…

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…

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