Michal Golan is the Israeli-born designer, printer and ceramist who’s company bears her first name. Her inspiration is drawn from Middle Eastern art, mosaics and her Israeli heritage. The pieces are notable for their attention to details, distinctive designs and ornate, colored arrangements of gemstones and crystals.
She was born in Haifa, Israel and moved to the U.S. in 1976, where she would later study graphic art at the University of Maryland, as well as studio art at New York University.
“I draw inspiration from Middle Eastern mosaics, Victorian jewelry, and Byzantine art. I am an avid museum/gallery visitor, so I am constantly finding inspiration in the art world.”