Meet the Wedding Planner and Designer of Magical Moments: Vanessa Ohayon of Vanessa Events

Photo: Courtesy of Vanessa Ohayon Tell us a little bit about yourself and your background. “If you love the work you do, you will never work a day in your life!” I’m not sure who to credit that quote to, but I do know it was written for me! I am a designer of magical […]

Meet the Artist: Claudia Trewik

Photo: Courtesy of Claudia Trewik Tell us a little bit about yourself and your background. I was born in Santiago, Chile in a traditional Jewish family. I attended a non-religious Jewish school. I´m a dentist by profession with a post graduate specialty in Oral Rehabilitation. I´ve been married for 20 years now and have 3 […]

Meet the Artist: Mike Wirth

Photo: Courtesy of Mike Wirth Mike Wirth is a visual artist, illustrator, and graphic designer, best known for his thoughtful murals and large public art installations that focus on major social justice issues and his identity as a Southern, Jewish-American. Mike earned his MFA in design and technology from Parsons School of Design in 2003 […]

Meet the Artist: Sarah Heller

Photo: Courtesy of Sarah Heller Tell us a little bit about yourself and your background. I grew up in North County San Diego and upon graduating high school I ventured to San Francisco where I lived for six years. There, I obtained my undergraduate degree in psychology and art and worked for three years at […]

Meet the Artist: Daniel of Daniel Wood Art

Photo: Courtesy of Daniel Wood Art Tell us a little bit about yourself and your background. My name is Daniel. I am a 30 year old paramedic and the owner of Daniel Wood Art. About three years ago, I opened an art studio specialising in wood combined with epoxy, producing unique mezuzah cases and Judaica […]

Meet the Artist: Ketzia Schoneberg

Photo: Courtesy of Ketzia Schoneberg Tell us a little bit about yourself and your background.I grew up in San Francisco, the daughter of two artists and a 4th generation artist on my father’s side. I learned in the last few years that my great-grandfather had been a painter for the Romanian royal family’s carriages, before […]

10 Wooden Mezuzot We Can Not Live Without This Tu BiShvat

Since the beginning of 2022, we have received quite a number of messages with the question what a nice present to give to someone who was so kind to invite to a Tu Bi Shvat Seder would be. The only requirements? That it is neither food, nor a nature related donation in the host’s name. […]

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