Shoshana’s Gallery In Safed

In 1993, I opened my own gallery store in Safed. As an artist I showcase my paintings, jewelry, and ceramic artworks, including pieces inspired by pomegranates. Additionally, we offer private art classes, enabling participants to explore ceramics and painting.

I am seeking a loan to sustain the business amidst the challenging wartime conditions, which have led to a significant decline in visitor numbers. I’ve dedicated considerable time and resources to the project, particularly in creating molds for my jewelry, incorporating Jewish symbolism.

My impact loan status:

$3,524 / $8,164
Meet Shoshana Treister

Micro lending, Macro Impact

I am seeking a loan to sustain the business amidst the challenging wartime conditions, which have led to a significant decline in visitor numbers. I’ve dedicated considerable time and resources to the project, particularly in creating molds for my jewelry, incorporating Jewish symbolism.

My business - My spark

In 1993, I opened my own gallery store in Safed. As an artist I showcase my paintings, jewelry, and ceramic artworks, including pieces inspired by pomegranates. Additionally, we offer private art classes, enabling participants to explore ceramics and painting.

A few more words

I was born in Afula, Israel. Following my military service, I embarked on a journey around the world, during which I attended a leather school in Bendigo, Australia. It was there that I also met my future husband, and in 1993, we tied the knot. Upon returning to Israel, I opened a gallery where I honed my skills in oil painting and ceramics, utilizing a professional ceramic oven to bake our artwork. Together, we have six children, three of whom are married, with one currently engaged.

Israel is at war

Small Israeli businesses need your support now more than ever. SparkIL has expanded the eligibility for recieving a loan to any business that has been affected by the war