When phoning from outside the country,
use the country code 972 and the local area code without the zero.
02 671 7599 becomes 972 2 671 7599.
|Archie Granot Papercuts Studio and Gallery||1 Agron Street Jerusalem 94265|| 972 2 625 2210
Closed Saturdays and Jewish holidays.
|The innovative papercuts of Archie Granot are distinguished by multiple layers of paper while curves and links are interwoven creating incredible depth, texture and movement.|
|Avraham Borshevsky||43 King George st., Jerusalem 94261||Studio and Gallery are
open to visitors
from 10.00 to 6.00 pm
every day exept Shabbat
and Jewish Holydays.
For phone appontment please call:
|Izhar & Timna Neumann||Tut Niar 39 haMeyasdim Street Zikhron Ya'akov 30900||06 639 7631||One of two paper mills that will accept visitors. This one is in a tourist area in Zichron Yaakov. They have a working mill and shop where thell sell their wares.|
Izzy's Studio is in German Colony neighborhood in Jerusalem.
10 Hamelitz Street Jerusalem
| My work phone is:
972 2 5630725
hours are usually
9 to 1 and 4 to 7
but a phone appointment
(or email) is necessary before visiting.
Izzy's work includes Ketubahs, Judaica, Calligraphic art, Commercial lettering, Certificates, limited edition book of the Song of Songs.
He is a freelance Calligrapher in Hebrew and English calligraphy, Calligraphy teacher, and Sofer STaM. My studio also contains a small gallery of my work
|Jerusalem Print Workshop||38 Shivtei Israel Morasha Jerusalem 95105||02 628 8614||The Jerusalem Print Workshop is a principal center for artistic printing (etchings, silkscreen, lithography, etc.) in Israel. They have a gallery where there is often an exhibition hanging. They have a few interesting presses (Albion, Stanhope, etc.) which are very seldom in use.|
| Yehuda Miklaf
Shalom Yehuda Press
Studio: 24 haUman St
Talpiot Industrial area Jerusalem
| 02 671
02 679 2015 (studio)
052 876 326 (cellphone)
|Visitors to Jerusalem are invited to contact Yehuda Miklaf. He has a fairly good idea of what is going on in the book arts field at any given time, and if anyone wants to visit a bindery, they are welcome to visit him.|