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Storied Aprons

Social, Inscribed Memory Practices, Old Europe Bird Goddesses,First Person Stories

Categorized in these topics: Bioculinary Blood & Honey Musicology

This Blood & Honey Icon Storied Aprons, undeniable materially visible of South Slavic female wisdom for bio-culinary and domestic practices handed down from prehistoric eras is a commemorative pattern. Artist Connie Greyhorse Simpson artful magnification of the apron goes right down to the opanka (horned shoes) while dressing the South Slavic costume/dress in feminine color pink showing how women are daughters and sisters across the globe.


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