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Kim Phillips
  • Nashville, TN
  • United States
  • Marketer, artist, entrepreneur
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What is your line of work (profession)?
Marketer, artist, entrepreneur
What is your job title or description?
Owner, Hebrica Judaic Art | Owner, Lucid Marketing
Company Name
Hebrica Judaic Art
Your website
Business affiliations
Guild of American Papercutters
Jewish Organization(s) (past and present)
HUC (pararabbinic program), Congregation Micah (Nashville), Hadadassah Life Member
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Brag about yourself - what makes you great at what you do?
I am a Judaica artist in the tradition of Jewish papercut art, updated for our times, at www.hebrica.com and a pararabbinic certified by Hebrew Union College. I began doing my Judaic art after studying in Israel at Pardes after a 30+ year career in sales and marketing, which I still do for a select handful of clients.
What types of business contacts are you looking to make?
Fellow Jews and synagogues who are interested in original Jewish art and other Judaica on Jewish themes, as well as unique gifts for Jewish lifecycle events. I would entertain the idea of new marketing clients, particularly for Jewish-centered businesses that need help with branding, social media, content management, writing, and design.

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The Mountains May Move

Original design of papercut ketubah by Kim Phillips, Jewish Artist. Contact Hebrica Judaic Art.

Posted on February 3, 2015 at 9:09am

Lech L'cha...Get up and go.

Parsha Lech L'cha really gets us up and moving as Jews, as G-d told Abram: go. For years, I've been fascinated about how such a short, two-word phrase, with only two letters, lamed and chaf, can hold so much meaning. The shape of the letters, above the center and below the center (that needs a midrash, doesn't it?), so graceful and beautiful. So, I decided to go for it.…


Posted on November 19, 2014 at 6:10pm

My Heart is in the East

Taking a traditional Jewish folk art that focuses direction for prayer, the mizrach, with an updated hamsa design, was the challenge. Bringing the tradition forward in Jewish paper cut art. Visit the online studio.…


Posted on November 11, 2014 at 3:20am

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At 11:48am on June 14, 2013, Sharon Rosen said…

Thank you- 6497 via rosa, boca raton, fl 33433

At 11:23am on June 14, 2013, Sharon Rosen said…

They're beautiful. Let me think about the possibility of adding a link.

Shabbat Shalom



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