Judaica

Are you looking in Memphis for fine art Judaic pieces for an anniversary, wedding, Chanukah, or bat/bar mitzvah gift? We feature works by Jewish artists, including menorahs, mezuzot, and wedding glass.

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  • Fay Miller
    Fay Miller
    Blown Glass
  • Steven Bronstein
    Steven Bronstein
    Forged Iron
  • Joy Stember
    Joy Stember
    Pewter
  • Seeka
    Seeka
    Mixed Media
  • Gifts for the Jewish Home
    Gifts for the Jewish Home
  • Ketubah Framing
    Ketubah Framing
    Custom Framing Options
  • Wedding Glass
    Wedding Glass
    Various Artists
  • Alicia Kelemen
    Alicia Kelemen
    Fused Glass
Fay Miller
Blown Glass
  • Spring Lights Menorah ~ 10" x 8" x 3" ~ $685
  • Color Circle Menorah ~ 7" x 12" x 3" ~ $450
  • Flor D'Luz detail
  • Flor D'Luz ~ 8" x 14" x 5" ~ $685
  • Moonlight Menorah ~ 15" x 14" x 4" ~$840
  • Shofar ~ appx 27" wide
    Woodland Hills Artist Fay Miller’s desire to create beautiful things with her own two hands motivated her to leave a graphic arts career to work with glass. Intrigued by the reflective sheen of glass, Miller’s work tends to be surface oriented, decorative and undisciplined. She delights in the random beauty of the glass shards and the joy and ritual they represent. Her exhibits include Art of the Spirit, Craft Alliance Menorah Show, Boulder Arts and Craft Cooperative Judaica Show, Art of Our Time, Festival of Jewish Artisans, Orange County Museum of Art Craft Show, Awakenings VIII, Kremen Gallery Celebration and various other shows. The work is shown at galleries across the United States, England and Canada. Miller has designed awards for Amnesty International, LA Weekly, The Lee Strasberg Institute, The City of West Hollywood, ACLU, The American Jewish Committee, The Shofar, The Klein Chaplaincy, United Jewish Fund, The Jewish Federation and other charitable and corporate organizations. Special commissions include dining tables, side tables, a glass wall for Temple Ner Tamid in Palos Verdes, CA and an eternal light for Temple Sinai in Rancho Mirage, CA. She attended Moore College of Art, Queen’s College and Westchester School of Fine Arts.
    Steven Bronstein
    Forged Iron
    • Recurve Candle Holder ~ 10.5" x 7.5" ~ $185
    • Dreidel with copper ~ appx. 7" tall, spins on stand ~ $210
    • Candle Holders ~ 16" ~ $165
    • Sabbath Candle Holders ~ 4" x 2" ~ $85
    • Tree Menorah ~ appx 9" wide ~ SOLD
    • Tenoned Vase ~ 5" x 3" ~ SOLD
    • Menorah ~ Special Order available

      Marshfield, Vermont

      Blackthorne Forge is owned and operated by Vermont blacksmith, Steven Bronstein. He and his helpers have been creating functional and sculptural ironwork for over 25 years. His designs strive to blend the primitive charm of ironwork with the energy and interest of more contemporary design.

      Relying on the qualities that make iron such a beautiful material, Steven’s pieces are both delicate and rugged. Just as the hot metal twists and bends to create beauty, so does the craft of blacksmithing itself. Steven celebrates this aspect of his art and looks forward to all of its possibilities.

      Steven’s work is available in more than 100 galleries around the country.

      Joy Stember
      Pewter
      • Mezuzot (window and raised top)
      • Mezuzot (scroll window)
      • Mezuzah (sanded finish) ~ $68
      • Customizable Mezuzah ~ $150
      • All Pewter ~ Star of David Bottle Stopper $55 ~ Honey Spoon with Bee $49 ~ Match Box Holder $92
      • Hamsa Necklace ~ sterling silver with black leather chain, adjustable ~ $145 | Chai Circle Pendant in Nickel with black leather ~ adjustable length ~ $120
      • Star Menorah in pewter ~ 10" long ~ $225

        Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

        A Birthright trip that changed Joy’s life. While in Israel, she was captivated by the landscape, culture and history. When Joy returned home, she felt a stronger connection to Israel, my culture and my identity as an artist. This journey profoundly changed her perspective and led her to discover her true passion.

        Joy attended Tyler School of Art, Temple University, in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania where she received her BFA in Metals. She has continued her education with summer workshops at Penland School of Crafts, Haystack Mountain School of Crafts and Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts. Joy shares that she has also been influenced by her father, a talented fine jewelry designer, who has mentored her in design, craftsmanship and business.

        Seeka
        Mixed Media
        • Noah's Ark Mezuzah ~ $149
        • Blossom Mezuzah ~ $160
        • Tree of Life Mezuzah ~ $149
        • Tree of Life necklace with Swarovski crystals ~ 16 - 20" long ~ $76
        • Expressive Star of David necklace ~ 16 - 20" long ~ $74
        • Sparkling Star of David necklace ~ 16 - 20" long ~ $74
        • Multi-color Star of David earrings ~ $60
        • Star of David Earrings with center pink crystal ~ $67
        • Dreidel - small ~ $86
        • Dreidel ~ small ~ $86

          New York, New York

          Seeka originated in 1997 from the love story of two Israeli artists colliding in New York. In their home studio, while raising a young family, Nachshon Peleg and Stavit Allweis launched Seeka. To the age old craft of Judaica, Nachshon brought advanced technological solution while Stavit infused traditional symbols with playful strokes of color and liberal use of found objects.

          The artists start with a precision cut stainless steel frame. Within this frame, the design is hand painted with acrylics, metallic and other paints. A variety of materials from metals and glass to dyed seeds and found objects are assembled within. Semi-precious stones, and Swarovski crystals are embedded and a thick layer of acrylic resin is poured to encase and protect the finished piece. Finally, after several days of curing, the piece is polished, twisted, glued and assembled with other items to form the finished work of art.

          Gifts for the Jewish Home
          • Flor D'Luz Menorah ~ 12" ~ $585
          • All Pewter ~ Star of David Bottle Stopper $55 ~ Honey Spoon with Bee $49 ~ Match Box Holder $92
          • Star Menorah in pewter ~ 10" long ~ $225
          • Little Lite Menorah ~ 9" x 4" ~ Sold
          • Entwined Candle Holders ~ 12" ~ $134 (pair)
          • Shofar ~ appx 27" wide
          • Mezuzah (Fay Miller) ~ commissions available! ~ $240
          • Tree Menorah ~ appx 9" wide ~ SOLD
          • Dreidel with copper ~ appx. 7" tall, spins on stand ~ $210
          • Recurve Candle Holder ~ 10.5" x 7.5" ~ $185
          • Sabbath Candle Holders ~ 4" x 2" ~ $85
          • Western Wall ~ 18" x 4.5" ~ $315
          • Tree of Life Mezuzah ~ $149
          • Blossom Mezuzah ~ $160
          • Dreidel with marble spinner ~ large ~ $104
          • Dreidel ~ small ~ $86

            Make a statement with a unique gift for an anniversary, wedding, or other celebration in the Jewish home. Enjoy works by several Judaic artists. Fine art Judaica says Mazel Tov in the most delightful of ways. And, there are always more options at the gallery. Give us a call or drop in Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.

            Ketubah Framing
            Custom Framing Options

            Custom Framed Ketubah ~ Showcase your Wedding!

            Wedding Glass
            Various Artists
            • Mezuzah ~ special orders available!
            • Mezuzah (Fay Miller) ~ $195
            • Mezuzah (Fay Miller) ~ commissions available! ~ $240
            • Leaves of Glass (Fay Miller) ~ Self-Filling Item
            • Candle Holders and Mezuzot (Joy Stember) ~ Self-Filling Item
            • Vessels (Fay Millers) ~ $35 (includes satin bag)
            • Delicata Celebration Cup (with shards) ~ special orders available!
              Alicia Kelemen
              Fused Glass

              Ashville, North Carolina

              Alicia is a second-generation glass artist. Her classical training in architecture integrates her art with the decorative design of the living space. The years of drafting emerge in art forms of geometrical shapes, the texture of materials and pure lines. She then sets these into decorative art for walls and murals, sculpture and home décor pieces as well as a complete line of Judaic Art. For commissioned work, the trick lies in knowing how to handle small and large scale formats.

              Alicia’s artwork has been exhibited in Venezuela, Japan, United Kingdom, Denmark, Canada, France, Germany, Switzerland, and The United States. Her work also presently appears in The White House, Denmark’s Permanent Collection Glass Museum, Juan Pablo II Cathedral, etc.

              It’s also a compliment to her hard-earned success that many well-known individuals own her work including international dignitaries such as The King of Spain and The King of Jordan plus top performers in the entertainment industry, to name a few: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Whoopi Golberg, and Gerald Cafesjian.