The Ahava – (White with Light Blue Mirror) Wedding Shards Mezuzah is both serious and whimsical.
For over 30 years, Susan has created a wide selection of art ranging from attractive boxes and picture frames to large window panels. Her current work focuses on themes taken from Jewish life and her own developing awareness of Jewish tradition. I receive from my art as much as I put into it, says Susan. As she concentrates on depicting Jewish themes, her own life is enriched, which in turn, enriches her creations.
Susan’s art is represented in juried art shows and exhibitions nationwide. Her commissioned art pieces are displayed internationally in galleries, synagogues, and private homes. Susan also conducts classes in the art and mechanics of stained glass, trains Judaic educators at national conventions, and advises a steady stream of apprentices. She is a member of Artsites and the American Guild of Judaic Artists.
Shown with glass shards not included
Jody Engel –
I have given this 3 times as a gift to engaged couples and it was the biggest hit all 3 times. They all LOVED it. Very special gift. Only disappointment was the first time, when I paid for a gift box, and then discovered that the box was only for the mezzuzah and not for the “break the glass” glass so I had to go out and buy a box anyway.