When looking for Jewish art, make sure to browse through the exquisite art work collection of the renowned Israeli artist Yair Emanuel. Yair Emanuel's unique Judaica pieces effortlessly combine functionality with style. The Jewish artist Yair Emmanuel is known for his use of vivid colours and elegant designs in his Judaica art.
Yair Emanuel Judaica ranges from Jewish art which serves as home decor to functional kitchen supplies and children's items. Yair Emmanuel Judaica products can function as both art and useful home items. For example, Yair Emanuel has designed a collection of children's wooden puzzles which can be used both as room art and as a fun educational game for kids. The puzzles are designed to stand upright and add to the room decor when it they being played with. Take a look at other Yair Emanuel Judaica items which serve multiple functions, such as the Hanukkah Menorah that can also serve as candle storage.
Yair Emanuel works out of his studio in Jerusalem to hand paint many of his Jewish Art pieces. The Yair Emmanuel Jewish art collection includes lovely Shabbat items such as Shabbat candlesticks and Kiddush cups. Honour the Shabbat with a beautifully designed washing cup and a vivid acrylic Challah board. Find an exquisite Yair Emanuel Challah Cover to match as well! You will not be disappointed by Yair Emmanuel's Judaica Shabbat section.
No matter the occasion, the Yair Emmanuel Jewish art collection has something for you. Make sure to browse through the collection of Emanuel Tallit to find raw silk, hand embroidered cotton, and hand woven silk Tallitot. You will find that a Yair Emanuel Tallit is made of the highest quality. Yair Emanuel's most well known pieces include hand painted Hanukkah Menorahs and Dreidels to beautifully display during the festival of lights.
If you are on the hunt for Jewish art for sale, make sure to check out the impressive collection of Emanuel Judaica. This collection includes Yair Emanuel wall hangings, tapestries, and other wall decor. Yair Emanuel's use of warm colours will add beautiful decoration to your Jewish home. Whether you are looking for yourself or to give as a gift, Emanuel Judaica is always well received.
When looking for Jewish gifts, look no further than Yair Emmanuel Judaica kitchen items such as salt and pepper shakers, napkin holders, and other tableware. Emanuel Judaica pieces serve as both Jewish art on display as well as functional home and kitchen items. Yair Emanuel designed tableware includes a selection of Shabbat tablecloths and beautiful runners. Impress your guests this Shabbat with a Yair Emanuel decorated table!
Yair Emmanuel is a talented Israeli artist whose work features unique designs to be beautifully displayed in your Jewish home. Emanuel Judaica is distinct in its high level of quality and taste. Yair Emannuel Judaica work is sure to make a statement. Whether you are looking for yourself or for a Jewish gift, you are sure to find the perfect Yair Emanuel Judaica piece here at World of Judaica.
Yair Emanuel Guide
World of Judaica offers Judaica art created by renowned Jewish and Israeli artists alike. The Yair Emanuel collection features a plethora of items for the Jewish home. These beautiful works of art include home d?cor, tableware, Shabbat products, and gifts for Jewish holidays as well as Jewish celebrations. These items serve as art as well as functional necessities.
About Yair Emanuel
Yair Emanuel is a famous Israeli artist known for his Judaica art work. Emanuel graduated from Israel's Bezalel Academy of Art of Design. Emanuel's inspiration for his Jewish work comes from his background. He was born on a Kibbutz and raised in Jerusalem. Surrounded by the unique architecture of the holy city of Jerusalem, Yair developed a love for the city and its combination of old and new elements.
Yair Emanuel is known for his use of vivid colours and his ability to effortlessly combine style with functionality. His pieces can be both displayed as art in a Jewish home as well as serve a useful purpose. Emanuel's collection includes kitchen items such as salt and pepper shakers as well as home d?cor pieces such as wall hangings and tapestries. The holiday collection includes one of a kind Menorahs and exquisite Driedels. Many of his Jewish holiday and Shabbat items are travel size kits in order to celebrate the holidays while out of town.
Yair Emanuel uses a variety of materials in his Jewish artwork. His Kiddush cups and Challah boards are made of wood and painted in acrylics. These items, along with Elijah and Miriam cups, are coated with multiple layers of lacquer to prevent against water damage and can be hand-washed to be cleaned.
Many of Yair Emanuel's Judaica items are hand painted, such as his Challah covers. The covers are made of pure raw silk. These silk covers are carefully died and go through a fixation process to preserve their original colours for years to come.
Yair Emanuel also offers a selection of wall hanging and home decor items. These items feature embroidery on cloth fabric and hand painted laser cut hangings made of aluminium.
Emanuel's apparel items include scarves, bags, and Tallitot. A Yair Emanuel Tallit comes in hand embroidery, cotton, raw silk, dyed pure silk, velvet, and lace fabrics.
Yair Emanuel is famous for unique designs and combination of vibrant colours. His pieces are decorated with Jewish motifs. Many of his items feature the Jewish star, a symbol that has come to represent the Jewish community. Jewish stars can be found on Yair Emanuel wall tapestries and Shabbat candlesticks alike.
Another symbol that can be found of many of Yair Emanuel's designs is the pomegranate. Pomegranates are a Jewish symbol because they are rumored to have the same number of seeds as there are Mitzvot in Torah, 613. Yair Emanuel displays the bright red pomegranate motif in his wall hangings, candlesticks, Tallitot, Hanukkah Menorahs, and many more items.
Many of Yair Emanuel's pieces feature Jerusalem landscapes and vistas of the holy city. Emanuel is very connected to Israel and the city of Jerusalem. You can also find motifs of the Seven Species and dove symbols, which each have their own significance in Judaism.