Lisa Sambol began professionally needlepointing Judaica in 1997.
Along with needlepoint, Lisa has studied drawing, sculpture, jewelry
design and construction, and printmaking. Lisa uses design elements from all of these mediums to create her
Her work has been exhibited in galleries in New York and Detroit, and her pieces were featured in the Judaica Journal. Lisa's needlework can be seen in countries around the world including the United States, England, Canada, and Israel.
Lisa is also trained as a Mechanical Engineer with a Masters degree
She will be happy to work together with you to design a very special piece.
Born in the United States, Lisa now lives in Tel Mond, Israel with her husband and four children.