This workshop’s chief artist, Marie Balian, is famous for her rich, multi-tile ceramic panels, which are hand-painted visions of Persian gardens, desert oases, and Middle Eastern motifs. In 1992, the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, D.C., mounted Views of Paradise, a special exhibit of 22 of Balian’s creations; her panels also adorn the Succot Patio at the house of the President of Israel. Palestinian Pottery produces a steady stream of traditional plates, bowls, teapots, pitchers, name and address tiles, and smaller panels.