The beauty of Jewish rituals, their spirit and tradition,
inspired Renee Vichinsky, beginning in1980, to focus
her skills as a potter exclusively to creating Judaic
ceremonial objects. Renee draws inspiration from her
memories as a child growing up in Israel. Its light,
landscapes, cities, history and tradition, all find
expression in her exquisitely hand-crafted work.
Renee's pieces have been shown at Jewish museums
and galleries throughout the U.S. and Canada. Her
work is in permanent collection of the Wolfson Museum
in Jerusalem and has been featured in many publications
and articles, including "Better Homes and Gardens",
(December '90). Now working with her husband, Howard
Vichinsky, in their studio in New York's Hudson Valley,
Renee continues to use her creative skills to explore
the Jewish tradition and beautify its rituals.