Frann Addison enjoys seeing the potential in found objects and antique elements. Combining her metal-smithing skills with her artistic vision, she often transforms these components into unique Jewish ritual objects.
Stylish Hebrew calligraphy, blended with the masterful use of pewter, brass, copper and glass, make for her one-of-a-kind heirloom Judaica. Frann’s work acknowledges the past yet offers new and unusual forms that satisfy the demands of ritual requirements. She takes great pleasure in knowing that her Judaica will be lovingly used by individuals or families as they perform ancient rituals linking past and present.
Her work has been published in 10 books, The New York Times, The Boston Globe, Moment Magazine, Handmade Business Magazine, calendars and greeting cards. Frann’s “Etrog Box” was purchased by the Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia for its permanent collection.+ More... - Less...
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