Micki Caspi worked as an artist-in-residence at the Kohl Jewish Teacher Center in Wilmette, Illinois. After graduating from Columbia College in 1982, she returned to Israel, living on Kibbutz Harel and then in Jerusalem. She spent seven years as a freelance artist and calligrapher in Israel before returning to the United States in 1989 Hundreds of her original designs have been reproduced on ketubot, greeting cards, Judaic art prints, calendars and more.
Mickie Caspi derives her inspiration from many sources, including traditional Jewish motifs, Persian and Arabic illumination, contemporary graphics, as well as art nouveau and art deco. Her art has been exhibited in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Chicago, San Francisco and Boston, and her illustrations have appeared in Hebrew children’s books and English publications.