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Regenerative Goddess

Ceramic, Old Europe Symbols of Regeneration,European Folklore, social memory

Marija Gimbutas wrote how "the degradation of the Goddess in all her forms, which began during the period of Indo-Europeantion of Old Europe in the 4th & 3rd millennia BCE continued throughout the historical period , with great intensification by the entire array of Hebraic-Christian traditions." Artist Connie Greyhorse inscribes into clay material the spectrum of memory practices. Social memory for Greyhorse is a footprint in her artwork and her years with the Blood & Honey Icons deepened a profound archaeological excavation within.


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