Gods/Goddesses, Fairies, Wizards, Witches,
and Forest Creatures:
With the coming of the winter (it’s especially cold in Kadita) wool had entered my life by ways of a friend who showed me how to create “Anthroposophist Fairies” (thank you Mirit, loved fairy). Since then the wool and it’s remains are part of the scenery in my house, you can find it’s colorful hairs curled up on the carpet and cloths, flying around the house, sometimes landing in my son’s food, accompanied by (rightful) complaints “Mom! I have wool in my porridge again!” Aside of these very hard symptoms, my involvement with it bring me a lot of joy, pleasure and passion to create these fairies, the wizards, witches, gods and goddesses, and the true creatures of the forest that we are, that we keep looking for an opportunity to awaken within us, to spread wings that span beyond reality across to world in which legends and creations live and breathe in our daily life’s. I was also touched by the spirit of the Anthroposophist Fairies, which have no face. For me, this embodies the freedom of our souls that is innocent and open to experiences that don’t leave an imprint of a specific personality structure, and has the ability to reform in each new moment and move on to the next creation without retaining anything from the previous experience, and yet, I felt like giving these entities an air of magic, witchcraft and a personality that is expressed through a choice of colors and style that characterize the individual and the individual power of each fairy, how the face of God is powerfully expressed through her, yet not through a face, but in a more abstract way, through the frequency and energy she expresses (which is the leading motif in my journey of discovery and creation in general, to simplify things down to symbols and an energetic frequency that passes through them and embodies their essence).
Even the material from which these entities are created – wool – a material which is soft, pleasant, airy, gentle and flexible, reflects their soft, airy, flexible and gentle nature, and allows me, the creator, to connect to their spirit through the material. I call them fairies, but I create of both energies, male and female – as well as magicians, gods, wizards, male fairies and other forest creatures.