No one can deny that Sygalle Giveon-Leshman’s pottery is colorful. Her patterns are lively, her technique strong, and those colors – it’s a rainbow on every pot.
She used to share a gallery in Zichron Yaakov with Nava Abel, my sister-in-law. Her website only has a fraction of the work that she does on it – and in my opinion it doesn’t show some of her best stuff. She does light covers, sinks, tiles, plates, vases, and more.
When you see her work en-mass it doesn’t look as chaotic as the examples given on her website. While her work is colorful and lively, it’s not overwhelming. I think the examples on her site are an extreme of her style.
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