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Leah received her MA in ceramics in 1981 from Columbia University. Since then, she has been working as a ceramic artist in Israel and exhibiting her work internationally. She is influenced by local architecture and ornamental design. Most of her forms are hand-built from slabs and express her interest in examining the transitional process from two dimensional to three dimensional objects as
well as the relationship between surface and form.