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Nora and Naomi Archives

Nora Kochavi and Naomi Bitter worked together under the name "Nora and Naomi" between the years 1962-1999. Both women were Israeli ceramicists, and achieved international recognition. Their works can be found in public settings including the Cultural Centre of Akko, Tel Aviv University Campus and the Rambam Synagogue in the Jewish Quarter, Jerusalem.  They were jointly awarded a medal for outstanding achievement in sculpture at the International Exhibition, New York. In addition in 1988 they were awarded the prize from the International Festival of Films on the subject of Ceramics in Montpelier, France

Nora Kochavi, (1934-1999) was born in Berlin and immigrated to Israel in 1939. She studied at Bezalel, Jerusalem between the years 1959-1962.

Naomi Bitter, was born in 1936 in Jerusalem. She studied at Bezalel, Jerusalem between the years 1958-1962.


Trees of Eden, circa 1980, clay