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Three Wise Grandmothers Iconic Messengers

Artist and Illustrator Connie (Greyhorse) Simpson painting of three grandmothers, iconic in that it reveals their collaborative efforts to convey information beneficial to not only themselves as grandmothers but to the receivers. This painting describes not in words but a biosemiotic imagery filled vocabulary about women's reality in living in a world of violence.

Categorized in these topics: Baba Yaga Blood & Honey Engendered Practices Female Social Justice Feminine Matrix and Female Culture Hunger Internally Displaced People Kolo Trauma Format Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Rape Refugees Sexual Abuse Social Memory Torture Violence War Weather Women's Trauma Issues


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