Special artists making special art

Whatever money is generated in sales goes directly into buying more raw materials for the artists to work with.

By RIVKAH LAMBERT ADLER
May 11, 2017 19:35
4 minute read.
Star of David art

Murano glass Star of David. (photo credit: INBAR LEVI)

 
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