The artworks that are in Museum Collections is indicative of a developing creative process over the years. On the one hand, I seek to produce original designs that will eventually become timeless, introducing new forms for traditional ceremonies. On the other hand, some of the objects have strong personal and private biographical elements with which everyone can identify. The first piece acquired by the Israel Museum was the ‘Touching Mezuzah’. It is now part of the Judaica Collection of three Museums across the world.