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Words @ Work Exhibit

My work will be in a special exhibit, in various location, from February through May 2017. This exhibit features three artists all doing work with Hebrew words and letters. The…
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Wedding Cake

This papercut was commissioned by an synagogue that wanted to send a thank you to its Kitchen Master when she moved away. She deserved a lot of thanks for her…
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2012 – A year of blessing, a Life of blessing

This piece was commissioned to celebrate the year 2012, when significant events happened for nearly everyone in extended family of the person who commissioned it. Read more »
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A place for you in my heart

This piece was commissioned by HG as a gift for a couple she married. Read more »
Announcements

Mizrach Papercutting Class

I’ve been invited to teach a short class on papercutting at the JCC! It will be announced in the next JCC Newsletter as follows: Thursday, April 18th at 7pm Celebrate…
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How vast are Your works

The on this piece reads: “Ma Gadlu MaAseh Adonoi, Meod AmKu MaHoshVotecha”, meaning “How vast are your works Adonoi, Your designs are beyond our grasp” and it is from the…
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The kind of law enforcement it insists on

This piece was commissioned to be a donation for a silent auction held by the ECCPA, an organization through which citizens support their local police. View the whole piece here…
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Louis

Commissioned by AG and JG for the first birthday of their son Louis, named partially for the great musician Louis Armstrong. See more about this papercut »
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Two Zebras

This papercut was a commissioned piece. The two zebras are calmly intertwined, each doing their own thing, looking at what’s around them, but not with an absence of passion and…
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This is the true joy…

This piece was created as a commission. LR wants to give it as a gift to honor a physician mentor of hers. She chose the quote, which is from George…
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Eyes, Beak, Comb and Wattle

The steel hen has received the last of the attention she is going to receive for a while, I believe. Last week, I did the following: Heated up the end…
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