The sculpture of Jimmy Hendrix was a result of my fascination with his art, freedom and rebellion. He gave me the strength to be brave enough to immortalize him by using the tools dearest to me - the nuts and screws. I was never able to play his music, so I decided to create it myself. The energy I got through its chords, quintets, tones, I directed and channeled into a sculpture giving it everything I have in the process. I had long remembered one sentence, which read: "Artists are irregular verbs in grammar". In a way, it sobered me up, and provided answers to many of my questions. Art is actually an irregularity in human existence, such as Jimmy. Making the sculpture of him, was a demanding task posing a lot of unexpected challenges. At night I suffered from insomnia, I first made his guitar and shoes, but the head, the mimic, and the facial expression were a problem to me. I asked myself the key question: Can I really do this? I did not like the head I originally made, and at the moment of deep resignation, I tossed it away into the corner of my workshop. I then made a new one, which is what represents Jimmy today. So I can accomplish it, I told myself.