Orna Amrani, a Judaic artist, has gained recognition, particularly among the Jewish community, for her innovative, three dimensional original creations which are on exhibit all over the United States and abroad galleries. Traditional Jewish motifs appear in all her works and it always touches and hints at the holy city of Jerusalem, and at Israel-her country of birth.
Her research and interest in the ancient scrolls of Sephardic and Ashkenazi Jews and the scrolls of the Dead Sea are the subject of many of her creations. Orna’s artistic developments started at a young age. She was born in Haifa, Israel to artistic parents; her mother created beautiful drawings and sketches, and her father, in his spare time, sculpted with hard materials, including bronze and other various metals. After graduating from high school, she studied art at the University of Haifa, and served in the Israeli Air force.