This is a stunning artistic hand-made bowl with a lid. It simply beautiful as a decoration or as a serving dish for a special meaningful meal. The ceramic piece is embedded with volcanic stones found at the Golan Heights and has the embalm of the "Menorah", a Jewish symbol of Torah, Peace and Eternity.
About the artist: Margaret Lamdan
Margaret loves to use local material, whether its volcanic rock from the Golan heights or dried flowers, the colors and energy of her surroundings are to be found in all of her works.
Margaret, a gifted painter and sculptor but foremost a very unique personality.
Born 1944, Germany, Margaret studied art, ceramics and sculpture at the Berlin Academy of Art.
In 1966 Margaret volunteered to work in Kibbutz "Naot Mordechai".
She fell in love with the country and its people. This led her to convert into Judaism.
What was supposed to be a short period of voluntary work is still going on. Margaret taught ceramic and sculpture for over 35 years at various prestigious art school in Israel.
Her work can be found in various Museums across Israel and exhibition in Berlin, Munich & Canada to mention just a few.