Four pieces of Amy’s work were selected for 500 Judaica: Innovative Contemporary Ritual Art – a recent addition to Lark Publishers’ ”500” series of coffee-table books exploring contemporary design. “These outstanding Jewish ceremonial and ritual objects make a beautiful new addition to the celebrated 500 series. Contemporary in style and lovingly handcrafted, they come from North America, Europe, and Israel, and demonstrate the diversity of Judaism. The artworks include tzedakah boxes, shofars, tallits, Shabbat candlesticks, havdalah sets, Kiddush cups, Torah pointers, kippahs, Seder plates, and dreidels.” Works were chosen by juror Daniel Belasco, the Henry J. Leir Assistant Curator at The Jewish Museum in New York.
More info at: Lark Crafts.