At Judaica.com, we offer a variety of carefully crafted menorahs, mezuzahs, seder plates and other pieces by renowned Jewish artists. These beautiful pieces will add style and color to your home while also allowing you to feel deeply connected to your Jewish roots.Read More
Some of the most sophisticated and powerful art of today is emanating from Jewish and Israeli artists. Shop our featured art:
Our collection of colorful, creative art will infuse your home with a parade of Jewish life. See our most popular Jewish art:
While we carry designs by dozens of wonderful artists, we feature a handful each month to give customers a peek into the inspiration behind specific pieces. Here are this month’s featured Jewish artists at Judaica.com:
This artist is a graduate of the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design. His vividly colored Judaica includes hand embroidery raw-silk appliques and paintings on silk and on wood. Emanuel lives and works in Jerusalem.
Mahvash is the mastermind behind an incredibly beautiful line of women’s headcovers. Many are embellishments with dazzling elements that make these headcovers true keepsakes.
Created by artist and designer Lily Shohat, the Judaica in the Lily Art collection incorporates a variety of unique materials. From beautiful serving dishes to dreidels and menorahs, these are timeless items that would fit into any home.
Tamara Baskin specializes in fused glass production. She creates elegant yet functional Judaica that celebrates the important moments in Jewish life. Baskin offers a number of gorgeous menorahs, seder plates, mezuzahs and more.
There’s a mid-century, modern feel to the Judaica created by Joy Stember. Her works, which include mezuzahs, dreidels, Kiddush cups and more, feature clean lines and industrial elements made from durable pewter.
The Judaica made by Michael Aram feels luxurious and special. These handmade pieces are made using age-old traditional techniques, which adds a personal, human touch. His works include menorahs, seder plates and more.
Search our full selection of artists at Judaica.com to find inspired pieces to add to your home.