was born in Sydney, Australia in 1965, and received a Jewish
education, where her knowledge of Hebrew was grounded.
She then continued her studies, receiving a Diploma in Design
and has recently completed a Bachelor of Fine Art (Printmaking)
at the National Art School in Sydney.
Nikki has lived and worked in Israel and maintains a strong
identity with the Jewish tradition. Since returning to Australia,
she has been creating unique Jewish art, integrating her traditional
values within a contemporary Australian context.
work is functional and decorative and, most importantly, adaptable
to suit the individual taste."
A wide range of materials are used on the manuscripts; from
parchment to watercolour paper; inks, gouache, watercolours;
gold, copper and silver leaf. All products are used with archival
"I draw references from ancient Jewish art and artefacts
and am particularly influenced by eastern style architecture