My Judaica collection includes objects used for religious ritual purposes and their design abides by the "Halacha" rules and traditions passed down through generations.
Though my work is influenced by traditional Judaica, each object receives my personal interpretation in shape and design.
I decorate with "lace work", (pierced designs in a dense pattern, mostly of flowers or pomegranates) which has become my language of ornament.
In my work, I combine clay, the most basic and modest of materials, and my elaborate "lace" decorations to create pieces of elegance and solemnity.
Through my choice of glaze color and my decision to leave the outside of vessels unglazed, the effect of the shining glaze peeking through the lace pattern, is that of water in an oasis, glinting in the dry desert landscape.
It is my intention to express local Israeli aesthetics.