Dorit Klein is a seventh generation Israeli. She began painting at a very young age under the guidance and encouragement of her mother. Always eager to work with new materials and techniques her love for art continually grew. She dabbled in Judaic art as a hobby while working in commercial graphic design, but it wasn’t long before her hobby became her main focus and Dorit Judaica was born. Her affinity for the Jewish religion and familiarity with Jewish texts, prayers and blessings combined with her background in graphic arts paved the way for her original and creative Judaica items. Inspired by Biblical prayers and blessings which she intersperses into unique Shabbat and Holiday items and Judaica, Dorit combines traditional designs for paper with modern technologies like laser cutting to create exceptional Judaica. For completing her work of art Dorit Klein employs workers with special needs through Supported Employment. Dorit is an engaging young woman, emanating the same vibrancy and optimistic spirit as her beautiful items. The clean uncluttered lines which typify her art enables one to focus on the true spirit and meaning of the piece. Her deep connection to the Creator expresses itself in her work and each item resonates with Jewish religious meaning.