Eternal Lights

Mr. Klass feels strongly that the Ner Tamid needs to make as strong statement because it symbolizes the light of God’s eternal presence.  While this light is a symbol of the Divine, it is also a symbol of the community and communal responsibility.  Working with your community or committee, together we can bring the inspiring light of God and his goodness into your sanctuary.

Our designs represent the flame—at times leaping, dancing, ascending to the heavens—and at other times signifying a steady fire.  Some of our works are fashioned with rays surrounding the flame—an outward emanating light.  Other designs cradle the light within glass or shining, reflective metals. Mr. Klass uses brass, nickel silver, cast glass, or a combination of these for his materials.

Eternal Light / Ner Tamid by David Klass of Synagogue Art: Young Israel of Woodmere, Woodmere, NY  Welded brass and copper, 18”h x 14”w
Young Israel of Woodmere, Woodmere, NY
Welded brass and copper, 18”h x 14”w
Eternal Light / Ner Tamid by David Klass of Synagogue Art: Young Israel of Woodmere, Woodmere, NY  Welded brass and copper, 18”h x 14”w
Eternal Light / Ner Tamid by David Klass of Synagogue Art: available, New York City  Welded bronze & cast glass, 23"h x 26"w
Currently available, New York City
Welded bronze & cast glass, 23"h x 26"w
Eternal Light / Ner Tamid by David Klass of Synagogue Art: available, New York City  Welded bronze & cast glass, 23"h x 26"w
Eternal Light / Ner Tamid by David Klass of Synagogue Art: Beth Sholom, Teaneck, NJ  Welded bronze & cast glass, 23"h x 26"w
Beth Sholom, Teaneck, NJ
Welded bronze & cast glass, 23"h x 26"w
Eternal Light / Ner Tamid by David Klass of Synagogue Art: Beth Sholom, Teaneck, NJ  Welded bronze & cast glass, 23"h x 26"w
Eternal Light / Ner Tamid by David Klass of Synagogue Art: Seraphim Eternal Light, New York City  Brass and glass, 24”h
Seraphim Eternal Light, New York City
Brass and glass, 24”h
Eternal Light / Ner Tamid by David Klass of Synagogue Art: Seraphim Eternal Light, New York City  Brass and glass, 24”h
Eternal Light / Ner Tamid by David Klass of Synagogue Art: Sinai Reform Temple, Massapequa, NY Brass and glass, 16”h x 16”w
Sinai Reform Temple, Massapequa, NY
Brass and glass, 16”h x 16”w
Eternal Light / Ner Tamid by David Klass of Synagogue Art: Sinai Reform Temple, Massapequa, NY Brass and glass, 16”h x 16”w
Eternal Light / Ner Tamid by David Klass of Synagogue Art: Temple Sinai, Denver, CO  Brass and cast glass, 14”h x 18”w
Temple Sinai, Denver, CO
Brass and cast glass, 14”h x 18”w
Eternal Light / Ner Tamid by David Klass of Synagogue Art: Temple Sinai, Denver, CO  Brass and cast glass, 14”h x 18”w
Eternal Light / Ner Tamid by David Klass of Synagogue Art: North Shore Hebrew Academy, Great Neck, NY  Brass and glass, 18”h x 14”w
North Shore Hebrew Academy, Great Neck, NY
Brass and glass, 18”h x 14”w
Eternal Light / Ner Tamid by David Klass of Synagogue Art: North Shore Hebrew Academy, Great Neck, NY  Brass and glass, 18”h x 14”w
Eternal Light / Ner Tamid by David Klass of Synagogue Art: Santa Clara Synagogue, Santa Clara, Cuba  Brass and glass, 16”h
Santa Clara Synagogue, Santa Clara, Cuba
Brass and glass, 16”h
Eternal Light / Ner Tamid by David Klass of Synagogue Art: Santa Clara Synagogue, Santa Clara, Cuba  Brass and glass, 16”h
Eternal Light / Ner Tamid by David Klass of Synagogue Art: Shin Design  Welded brass on copper
Shin Design
Welded brass on copper, 24”
Eternal Light / Ner Tamid by David Klass of Synagogue Art: Shin Design  Welded brass on copper