About Eden Herman-Rosenblum at « Judaica Now! »: Goblets and Kiddush Cups of the Bezalel School Exhibition at Rishon Le Zion Museum
One of the most prominent Contemporary Judaica designer and Jewish artist in the exhibition is Eden Herman-Rosenblum. She began her career in Bezalel Academy of Art, Silversmith Department, in 1990. After graduating in Silversmithing and Jewellery at Bezalel Academy of Art Jerusalem, She now brings her unique ideas to the field of Judaica, working from her design studio and workshop in Pardes-Hana Kurkar, Israel.
All Eden’s products are original handcrafted pieces, including Havdalah Set, modern Menorot for Hannukah, Kiddush Cups, Marriage rings and many different mezuzah designs.
Each piece is beautifully boxed making it an ideal gift for Jewish weddings, Jewish holidays, Bar or Bat Mitzvahs, as well as for housewarming and hostess gift giving.
Eden’s fresh ideas contribute to a new wave of exciting Judaica design, shaking up the traditional Jewish objects and generating worldwide interest. Her work is exhibited in galleries and museums around the world.
Eden’s Inspiration for her Judaica designs.
Many of Eden’s Judaica designs are inspired by her love to irony of a fantastic design based on what is now history. Combining this with her Jewish upbringing and identity, Eden has produced many stunning pieces of modern Judaica.
Eden was thrilled when she was contacted by the curators: Dr. Shirat-Miriam Shamir and Mr. Ido Noy . At a request from Dr. for Jewish Art and a researcher at the Center for Jewish Art in Jerusalem, they proposed to take three of Eden’s Kidush Cups to their exhibition, « Judaica Now! »: Goblets and Kiddush Cups of the Bezalel School Exhibition at Rishon Le-Zion Museum .
Dr Shirat-Miriam SHAMIR (Docteur en Arts et commissaire d’exposition) and Mr. Ido Noy,