I design and create wearable and decorative products made only from natural fibers. My art celebrates nature.
I dye and print fabric and paper using natural indigo from South America and bark, leaves and flowers that I gather in the open fields or grow by myself in my garden.
All my work is handmade, one of a kind and unique.
Shibori is a Japanese shape resist dyeing technique, which produces patterns on fabric. The term stands for a variety of ways to manipulate fabric such as binding, folding, stitching and plaiting and in order to create resist on cloth before dying.
To dye my shibori I use mostly natural Indigo grown in South America.
Eco Print, Botanical Contact Print – Inspired by the Innovative work of India Flint, I began researching and investigating local plants In the North and Center Israel. My biochemical and botanical background (B.A in Science) helped me understand the exciting relationship between "control and let go" that is so characteristic to this addictive process.
Boro / Contemporary Boro - BORO are a class of Japanese textiles that have been mended or patched together.  The term is derived from Japanese boroboro, meaning something tattered or repaired. I am inspired by the hemp rugs and tatters that were made as a need to preserve the rare and highly needed cloth in the north cold region of Japan in the years of 1600-1800. I stitch simple multi layered natural dyed cloth to create talismans, bags, and other unique handmade objects.