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Na’ama Haneman is a silversmith young artist from Israel.
In 2012 she graduated BA at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem.
In 2017 Na’ama graduated with distinction at The Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture & Design (CASS) in London.
In Na’ama’s opinion working with silver represents the balance between practical design and art, and the way that she has to express emotions, thoughts and sensations.
Every artwork is created following the emotion that she feels at that moment, there is not a predetermined concept that she follows.
Her silver vessels embody a constant dialogue between the external and the internal, between the seen and unseen. The vessels can be used as containers, although they do not have a defined use.

Naama has been exhibiting in many contemporary art silversmithing and jewellery exhibitions.