Netta Farber


“I certainly enjoy listing all the wild plants in my garden, but this is not main purpose. What is important is their beauty, being preoccupied with them and studying them, the thoughts and love they inspire in me, their being a living, breathing, eating, drinking and multiplying collection, rather that an aggregate of dead items, or of things locked in drawers or chests. I relish especially the knowledge that my collection, and those of better and more devoted gardeners, will always be surpassed by a bigger and richer one – that is Nature itself, in which all these plants grow and live”.

(Citation translated from Meir Shalev’s My Wild Garden)

Materials and technique: porcelain, potter’s wheel and handwork.