Sagit Levi:I graduated The Design school in Tel Aviv on 1991. SchulmanArt: Do you make your living as an artist ? Where else do you sell your designs?
Sagit Levi: My Art is my sole mean of income. My clients get to me by word of mouth which exposes me daily to many new people. In the last few years I e-market my art via the internet to all over the world. Up until recently, I was connected to few galleries in San Francisco.
Sagit at work in her studio
SchulmanArt: What are your inspirations?
Sagit Levi: Living in the country, so close to nature with its vegetation and animals, is the main source of my inspiration. The music I listen to, the different people I meet, the poetry I read, the Kabbalah I study and the Bible, the book of all books, are big part of my creation as well.
SchulmanArt: I love the spirituality in your work and how you incorporate jewish mysticism in your jewelry designs. Could you please tell us more about how Kabbalah influences your jewelry designs?
Sagit Levi: For quite a long time I reside across the street from a Synagogue. Seeing people wearing white, praying, singing, rejoicing and celebrating their belief, deeply affected me. It brought me closer to the Bible and made me quote sentences from the Book as part of my Art.
SchulmanArt: What rituals do you have to get ready to create?
Sagit Levi: I begin my day by lightening a candle, brew my own coffee and sit to work at my own studio, at home. It is a spacious room, with big windows, open to the back yard with its trees and flowers. The room is a source of quietness and inspiration.
I listen to music from all over the world. The music is an essential essence of my life, drives me forward and certainly plays a great role at my inspiration.
Being efficient and diligent, I can easily combine my work with my everyday tasks . Among my daily obligation I find the time to serve my kids lunch, to walk my dog and take care of the household.
I’m Miriam Schulman, your curator of inspiration.
I inspire art-lovers to reconnect with their creativity and profit from their art. Whether you paint simply for the joy of it or you’re serious about selling your work, and you’re ready to stop putting yourself on the back burner...You're in the right place. I've done it and I can inspire YOU how to do it too.
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Wow Miriam, thank you so much it looks beautiful!
Have a happy new year!
Thank you so much for featuring my vintage brass fish ashtray in your beautiful treasury!
A Happy & Healthy New Year!
My soul bird bourn from a very famous children story that call the soul bird by Michal Snunit
I had to make a gift for a very special friend that passes some changes in her life and also as an animal lover I create lots of animal very colorful happy that make smile when people see them and that make me happy 🙂
Thnak you so much 🙂
Thank you so much for your great collection!
Thanks for including my black and silver tunic
Thank you for including my Jerusalem Market Spices photograph!
Thank you for including my item mezuzah !!
Happy new year !!!
Visit to my shop:
Thanks in advance,
I believe that my sourounding , culture and people i meat, infkuence my choices on what to bring to my shop, and on my Art work.
I can tell it has a charecter of her own.
Thank you so much~~this is a wonderful way to celebrate our work.
Happy Hanukkah and Happy new year!
Thank you for including my soul bird on your blog 🙂