The ever-changing life of the land, in particular that of Israel, where I was born, and that of my present home in Northern California, inspires me. As an immigrant, I search for connection between the land and my internal landscape of memory. These landscapes, simultaneously intimate and vast, come together in my work.
Hope, loss, memory and time are recurring themes in my work. I create intimate spaces that tell a story of fragility and strength, vulnerability and resilience, that speak of our emotional existence and the ephemeral journey we call life.