This was definitely a highlight of our trip to Israel!! Artists lined the sidewalks in their booths as people could barely move through the streets. It was JAM PACKED.
First stop: This was one of our favorite artists. The guy made fantastic leather bracelets that you can snap together and intertwine. He cuts, stains and designs them right at his booth in the market. Of course, we bought three for me. :)
Perfect. Teal, brown and white are my staple colors. Haha
This artist was another favorite of ours! We bought a nameplate and she wrote "Todd Family" in Hebrew on it for us. We also snagged a few nameplates for our friends and customized them. :)
She incorporated the bird and gazelle in her artwork, as they are her personal symbols of the human spirt of joy and freedom.
JD: "Whit. Come on!"
Whit: "But... but... aren't these just so mesmerizing?!?"
For all of those sewing machine lovers, how great is this classic Singer?
You may recognize this clock from my office in our apartment...
Oh yeah. We bought one of those and brought it home! The clock is made out of pebbles and sand from the Red Sea.
As if I didn't want to crochet bad enough, this lady, Sasha Neska, blew us away with her elaborate jewelry! Absolutely remarkable.
And we say farewell to the streets of the Art Market.
So we ask you, readers, from these photos... which piece of art would you take home from Israel??