Dorit Judaica gifts are elegantly designed along a unique and innovative line that combines the old with nouveau and the modern with the traditional. Featuring Jewish texts, blessing and prayers interwoven with traditional designs, Dorit Judaica’s unique use of techniques, materials and designs give them an exceptionally distinctive look.
Dorit Judaica is the work of Israeli artist Dorit Klein. A seventh generation native Israeli, Dorit Klein is inspired by the land of Israel, its culture, and her Jewish roots. Dorit began painting at a young age and pursued a career in commercial graphic design. After many years in graphic design Dorit decided to peruse her true love of Jewish art.
Dorit’s handcrafted Judaica gifts pay special tribute to the Hebrew scripts, biblical texts, prayers and blessings which all play an integral role in the life cycle of the Jewish family. Incorporating computer graphic techniques with traditional paper cuts, Dorit weaves blessings, prayers and text together with beautiful and traditional designs. Her distinctive use of colour and designs come together to create an unbeatable unique and special piece you will be sure to cherish for years to come.
Offering a wide selection of home decor, mezuzahs, Seder plates, and other Judaica items, Dorit Judaica employs workers with special needs through Supported Employment to assist with the completion of her often times intricate, handmade Judaica art items.
From her beautiful wall hangings and mezuzahs to her laser cut menorahs and Seder plates, Dorit’s designs are a welcome and beautiful addition to any home. Dorit Judaic creations make great gifts for almost any celebration or special occasion. Bring home a piece of Israel with one of Dorit’s stunning designs today.
Dorit Judaica Guide
Dorit Judaica is a line of beautiful and unique Judaic gifts for any occasion. Created by Dorit Klein in Israel, Dorit interweaves Jewish texts, blessings and prayers into her beautiful designs to create stunning and distinctive Judaica items. Dorit Judaica combines traditional designs for paper with modern technologies like laser cutting to create exceptional Judaica gifts for your home. For completing her work of art Dorit Klein employs workers with special needs through Supported Employment. Dorit Judaica gifts are handmade with love in Israel.
Who is Dorit Klein?
Dorit Klein is the mastermind behind the beautiful designs of Dorit Judaica. Dorit is a seventh generation native Israeli, and currently lives in Petach Tikva with her husband and their four children. Dorit began painting at a very young age under the guidance and encouragement of her mother. Always eager to work with new materials and techniques her love for art continually grew. As An observant Jewish woman the Jewish art world was always close to her heart. Dorit dabbled in Judaic art as a hobby while working in commercial graphic design, it wasn’t long before her hobby became her main focus and Dorit Judaica was born. Her affinity for the Jewish religion and familiarity with Jewish texts, prayers and blessings combined with her background in graphic arts paved the way for her original and creative Judaica items.
Integrating her faith with Jewish sources to create lovely Judaica art, Dorit Klein is inspired by Biblical prayers and blessings which she intersperses into unique Judaica items and Home Decor.
Dorit’s unique designs come from the integration of tools and techniques including computerized graphic art, technologies such as laser cutting and traditional paper cuts with Jewish texts. When combined with her unique combination of materials and colours, Dorit is able to create unique and distinctive traditional modern Jewish art.
Common themes include pomegranates, birds, hamsas, the seven spices, floral designs and scenes of Jerusalem, all woven together with Jewish texts, prayers and blessings.
Materials used in Dorit Judaica items include: Stainless steel, aluminium, wood, and glass. Many items are also decorated with Swarovski crystals. Painted wood items are coated with a protective lacquer.
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