Born in 1939, Elisha Nameri studied art at Avni Art School in Israel. As a child he began exploring his artistic potential, using any materials he had in his reach to create various artworks.
Having maintained this technique throughout his life, he frequently allows his visual artwork to emerge from his subconscious by intentionally approaching his canvas with no set idea or notion of the image he will produce. This results in procuring a vivacious, yet simple, playfulness throughout his pieces that is remarkably refreshing.
Elisha has stated that painting is ‘like a dream, you don’t know what is coming your way. What is the quest? I don’t know…’ Nor does he seek to find out. By embracing the infinite amount of meanings he and his audience can interpret from the work, he shares the journey of its creation.

Current Collection of Elisha Nameri Art

Framed works

Note: These are original works no prints have been made.

Number 1 – Mother With Babay


Number 2 – Warrior



Number 3 – Two Headed Dragon



Number 4 – Massage


Number 5 – The Necklace

Unframed 4″ x 9″ 












SG is an artist who lives and works in Brooklyn New York.

Reclaimed & Hand Painted Cigar Boxes

Box 1

Repurposed Cigar box with matchstick top. Designed and hand painted by SG. Made in New York.

Box 2



Repurposed Cigar box with matchstick top. Designed and finished by SG. Made in New York.

Gourd Maracas

 Grown in Upstate NY, made by Jeff Subik and painted by SG in Brooklyn.

A fully functional music shaker and decorative accent for your home. Please inquire about remaining supply. 45$ each or 9 gourds and bowl for $350.

Magnets From Up-cycled Liquor Caps


3 magnets for 10$. License plate not included. Made by SG in Brooklyn.


3 magnets for 10$. License plate not included. Made by SG in Brooklyn.

The story of the bar cart from reclaimed metal.

I had been thinking about making a bar cart and I knew that my brother had a bunch of left-over hardwood oak and maple flooring in his barn. So I go to his house and as I am grabbing some maple flooring to make one cart, he mentions that there is a bunch of scrap metal in his dump trailer next to the garage.  Soon I am digging through the metal and I find these two curious looking tractor cab frames. I am thinking that possibly these metal frames have potential to be my first bar cart and that the wood version might have to wait. So I bring the reclaimed metal frames to my shop.

Tractor Cab

Tractor cab frame (before).

I disassemble both cabs…

Tractor Cabs (disassembled)

Two tractor cabs broken down.

Once I figured out that I would have enough metal to make the legs and a top, I proceed with fabrication. About a week and a half of work my first reclaimed metal bar cart was completed.

Hope you like it as much as I do.


Bell Tower Beam Salvage.

Trinity Church’s bell tower in lower Manhattan. A few years back Trinity Church added new bells to the tower, and had to cut out some beams to make room. We got a call from a Trinity employee on lunch break, telling us that there were some beams on the curb that were headed for the trash.  During the call we had to commit to the whole pile or nothing, so sight unseen we said yes. A Uhaul rental and help from a friend we had the beams wrapped up under three tarps behind a one bedroom apt in Brooklyn. Most of the beams are 4″ x 12″ and are various lengths.

Pictured below are some of the things we have done with the beams.

Historic Pillar Candle Holders (Limited sets available).

Candle holders lined with tin from a recycled feta cheese can. Fits 2.8 cm pillar candles. Limited sets available (60$ per set plus shipping). Made with 200-year-old reclaimed Trinity pine. We rescued the 4″x 12″ beams during a construction phase at the base of the historic Trinity Church Bell tower in lower Manhattan.