I build sculptures of scenes and objects from daily life that I find interesting. I try to impart my sense of wonder and even enchantment in each object. My choices in selecting subjects are intuitive, but once I get interested and I see potential I do work with references, preferably photographs of the subjects. Once I have my photographs completed, I then start working from scratch to build the scene. Working this way, and with the materials I use, I try to give a fresh and direct point of view about daily life we all meet and experience. In "The LOST Project," I created the cast of the popular TV show again using modeling clay. It was extremely interesting to create and exhibit details that are highly recognized (in Israel and the US), and bring them to life with the simple, at hand, material of modeling clay. My interest is in the playful side of art, so I took my figures to the beach and presented them in a wheelbarrow, shared them with viewers and photographed them in that location.