The wood artist

‘My aim is to bring the natural beauty of wood and my artistic vision into homes and synagogues,’ says Jeremy Kimchi.

Jeremy Kimchi
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Jeremy Kimchi is a wood artist who creates beautiful hand-carved furniture in his Kfar Adumim workshop. He always had an affinity for trees, he says, having grown up in the countryside of upstate New York. Here he finds inspiration for his creations in the stark Negev landscape near his home, far from the lush, green forests of his childhood.

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