Sephardi Aron Kodesh

Boston, MA

In this project, I felt that I would like the mark left through my art to be visible. 

The people who live with my art are at the end of the day the ones who pay the price. Not only financially, but it speaks to them daily, what if they don’t like what it says!

With this project I wanted it to be correct and speak well. A sephardic ark that felt truly a continuation of the past, of customs and traditions that have been propagated throughout generations. In the middle of the project the client flew to Israel to see the progress. When he saw the project he sat down and wept. It was a worthy dedication for his late father’s memory and I knew that my work had “spoken well”.

Barak Uranovsky
Glass Artist

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Bnei Reem, Israel