Yad Nee'ma

Embroidery In Art by Kamy Raviv

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Gold Menorah
The Judaica Art Tapestry
of Yad Nee'ma

The Judaica tapestry, created by the artist, Kamy Raviv, combines thread, delicate fabric and beads.

Kamy Raviv creates authentic pieces, which reflect Jewish symbols and folklore images from Jewish places, traditions and Israeli culture.

The vibrant colors creations bring a unique kind of happiness to every room they adorn.

The observer marvels with interest. Each hand made piece is created with heart and soul, in a time consuming manner.

Kamy Raviv's work is displayed and sold successfully in art shows throughout the United States and in Israel.


Dancing with the Torah
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The Creative Process

All of the hand made wall hangings are uniquely made from gold thread, delicate fabric, sequins and beads, sewn on to different colored velvets.

The creation of every piece takes a long time and is very complicated. Kamy sews each part individually by hand and pays careful attention to each detail.

These pictures are amazing because of their three dimensional nature and the feeling of reality that they display.

The Gold Menorah
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The Gold Menorah

The Gold Menorah was one of the most important symbols in the Temple.

The High Priest lit the Gold Menorah every day with pure olive oil. It was called 'the perpetual lamp'.

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The Chamsa

The Chamsa is a common symbol in Jewish lore as the Hand of Miriam or Hamesh Hand, serves as an ancient way of averting the evil eye, or more generally of providing a "protecting hand" or "Hand of God".

Some sources link the significance of the five fingers to the five books of the Torah. The original name is from the Aramaic language.

The Watch Maker
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The Watch Maker

The display of watches show different times in different places in the world.

The pictures describe images from Jewish folklore in Eastern Europe. The message is: Time is running out and "don't put off until tomorrow what you can do today"!