Judaica and Israeli gifts, art, and crafts store Mout Kisco New York

The Flagship Gallery

Our flagship gallery is no more; we have moved our operation online. But take the tour to see who and what we remain: a bastion of aesthetically pleasing objects that are good for the soul, displayed in a manner guided by our great respect and affection for our artists and craftspeople, and the creativity, skill, and effort that they put in to every piece that they create. We adore and continue to display online Judaica as the art form is; the ritual Judaica is complemented by other goods for the soul: fair trade items, sustainable items, and other (typically handmade) unique items from around the globe: a retail incarnation of “world peace and understanding through shopping.”

We strictly curate every item; each piece, whether a simple candle or a piece of functional art, is either one-of-a-kind, hand crafted, or the best in its class, and each creation has a story that we hope to share with you. Here you will find one of many things rather than many of fewer items. Each individual piece is showcased with great care and thoughtfulness, and is easily accessible for careful and thoughtful viewing.

Enjoy our pictures, and then take your time to browse our amazing collection online.

Come Inside

Available Services at the Gallery

gift wrapping at The Aesthetic Sense

We love to welcome visitors to our gallery. Feel free to browse the latest in Israeli and spiritual art, to rest your mind or feet, or to soothe your soul amidst the beauty and aura of the gallery. Our chairs are comfortable!

We pride ourselves in offering attentive service, and helping our clients find the perfect item. We will leave you alone to shop if that is what you wish, and we will also listen carefully to your needs and offer helpful advice if you prefer. Getting it right is more important than getting it done. And if we don't have what you are looking for, we will try to help you find it.

We offer a complete gift wrapping service, no matter how large or small a purchase: a simple yet joyous and colorful wrap using recycled materials.

Shipping is available for your purchases.

Wifi available.

A Gallery for Creativity and Community

At The Aesthetic Sense: Goods for the Soul, we intend to build a community of friends who cherish goods for the soul. We invite collaboration and co-creation, inviting artists to design new creations and clients to suggest new ideas. We ask all of you to share your stories of the things which bring you joy and inspiration. We are truly a community of lovers, collectors, and users of the finest and most unique Judaica, Israeli, American and global crafts.

In-Store Events

  • Can’t Get to Israel? No problem: Israel is Coming to Us!Every day of the year!
  • Meet Chana Cromer, Israeli Tallit Designer & Fabric ArtistMarch 26, 2017, 1-4 PMJoin us as we welcome Chana Cromer to the Aesthetic Sense. Chana is an Israeli Judaica and textile artist who unites tradition with contemporary understanding. The language of the Bible has always held infinite beauty for Chana, and it is a constant source of inspiration as she designs ceremonial art as well as beautiful art work. Her tallitot are meaningful in their design, her matzoh covers, challah covers and other functional pieces both whimsical and elegant, and her wall art spiritual and breathtaking.
  • Westchester Local Day at the Aesthetic SenseMarch 5, 2017, 12-5 PMFive Westchester artists under one roof: art, housewares, pottery, jewelry and more:
    Claire Cohen: one of a kind handmade ceramics, beautiful and functional
    Diane Cherr: colorful, whimsical, joyous narratives in wall art
    Kathy Rothfeld: fine, handcrafted jewelry - timeless elegance
    Laury Monk: natural stones transformed into one-of-a-kind jewelry
    Sue Monk: jewelry for your kitchen

    You can’t buy happiness, but you can buy local, and that’s kind of the SAME.
  • Grand OpeningJune 10, 2015, 10 AMHelp us celebrate the relaunch of the Aesthetic Sense! Cookies, Creativity and Conversation. Looking forward to meeting you once again.
Store shelves filled with Judaica and Israeli art and crafts Store Shelves full of Judaica art, gifts, and other hand crafted items.