This is very dynamic, my formal education is in graphic design, however, in 2004 I started to work as a full time glass artist and designer. Recently I added a line of glass jewelry, combined with precious metals and other materials like paper and fiber.
Hi Miri. Thank you. From the pictures I just saw your work looks very exciting!! By the way I will be in Israel in mid January so maybe we could meet and I could see your work in person? Best wishes, talya
Miri, thank you. We are happy to have another artist from Israel on the network and a glass artist to boot! When you get a chance, please upload some images of your work for us to see :-) Thank you.
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