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Our Lady of the Shards is a series of Iconic works that celebrate the buried and lost importance of those women who came before - the weavers of story and culture, the healers, the midwives, and the "numina", the spirits of the land and place, all sacred, all insisting now that we re-member their sanctity and wisdom.
Our Lady of the Shards is a series of Iconic works that celebrate the buried and lost importance of those women who came before - the weavers of story and culture, the healers, the midwives, and the "numina", the spirits of the land and place, all sacred, all insisting now that we re-member their sanctity and wisdom.
Our Lady of the Shards is a series of Iconic works that celebrate the buried and lost importance of those women who came before - the weavers of story and culture, the healers, the midwives, and the "numina", the spirits of the land and place, all sacred, all insisting now that we re-member their sanctity and wisdom.
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"The Weaver" - from "Our Lady of the Shards" series

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"The Weaver" - from "Our Lady of the Shards" series Sculpture

Lauren Raine

United States

Sculpture, Ceramic on Ceramic

Size: 38 W x 50 H x 4.8 D in

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Our Lady of the Shards is a series of Iconic works that celebrate the buried and lost importance of those women who came before - the weavers of story and culture, the healers, the midwives, and the "numina", the spirits of the land and place, all sacred, all insisting now that we re-member their sanctity and wisdom.

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Sculpture:Ceramic on Ceramic

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:38 W x 50 H x 4.8 D in

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Born in New York in 1949, I've travelled from Indonesia to Berkeley and New York City. The journey is the reward.As a multi-disciplinary artist, I find the Story is always seeking new ways to be expressed. I suppose that's one way of saying I'm stuck with being a restless, eclectic artist.My interest in masks derives from a long interest in theatre and story telling. I'm also a ceramic artist, and I have a life-long devotion to mythology. The stories of our lives join a river of universal stories, threads that recede into unknown beginnings, and threads that we ourselves are weaving for those who are yet to come. Shrines and Icons are material representations of this evolutionary process, and my current series, "Our Lady of the Shards", explores this.

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