Miriam’s Cup I Featured at the Jewish Museum for Passover

Miriam’s Cup I Featured at the Jewish Museum for Passover

Amy’s work, Miriam’s Cup I, was featured by the Jewish Museum this April 8th, 2020 as a major bulletin in their newsletter, “The Jewish Museum from Home: Women in the Passover Story.” TJM elaborated on the details of her work further in the article “Welcoming...
Greater Goods: Raised Limestone Seder Plate

Greater Goods: Raised Limestone Seder Plate

Read the story: Greater Goods: Raised Limestone Seder Plate published by The Jewish Museum on Medium. A double feature of Amy’s Judaica pieces came from the Jewish Museum this month. In addition to the Miriam cup feature, Amy’s Seder Plate II was the...
Seder Plate I in Jewish News VA

Seder Plate I in Jewish News VA

Online Jewish News Article  Passover gets props as one of the most universally celebrated holidays on the Hebrew calendar. Even disengaged and unaffiliated Jews find their way to the Seder table once a year. What is it about Passover that attracts Jews of all stripes,...
Donor Wall

Donor Wall

This donor wall is inspired by the tabernacle in the desert. Built from donations from the entire people of Israel, the tabernacle defined and symbolized the community’s coherence. This composition weaves together the past (vertical staffs that echo the materials of...
500 Judaica

500 Judaica

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...
Judaism & The Arts:  CCAR Journal, Winter 2013

Judaism & The Arts: CCAR Journal, Winter 2013

“Mishkan and Sukkah” article by Amy Reichert Special issue of the CCAR Journal: The Reform Jewish Quarterly on Judaism and the Arts, edited by Eve Ben-Ora and Vicki Reikes Fox. Includes essays on the role of design, painting, architecture, poetry, and other artistic...
Wonders of America

Wonders of America

Click this link to read the wonderful piece, Amy Reichert’s Art Offers Far More Than a Ho-Hum Collection of Challah Boards and Kiddush Cups by Jenna Weissman Joselit, The Forward – November 14, 2014. Below, find a partial excerpt. The exhibition features...
Miriam’s Cup I Featured at the Jewish Museum for Passover

City of Promises: A History of the Jews of New York

Winner of the 2012 National Jewish Book Award, presented by the National Jewish Book Council, Amy’s Miriam’s Cup I is featured in this new book exploring the history of New York Jews. City of Promises: A History of the Jews of New York, a three volume set of original...
Chicago Home & Garden’s Domestica Blog

Chicago Home & Garden’s Domestica Blog

Gina Bazer loves Seder Plate II: “But, if I were to have the Grace restaurant equivalent of a Passover seder at my house, I would consider this sculptural plate by local artist Amy Reichert. Made of Jerusalem Gold limestone and hand-hammered brass, it is $3,600 and...