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Daughters of Jerusalem (eight)
from Stations of the Cross
Watercolor on paper

Statement: This is one of fourteen paintings that were done in sequence, partly as a meditation, on the Stations of the Cross. I was struck by the idea of this group of grieving women and who they might be in their world and in ours. All aspects of sorrow seem to weigh so heavily on women as they rely on each other in sisterly relations. They are on the sidelines in this sad parade.

 

Bio: I am a retired woman who is still searching for the dream of inventing images to share. I studied fine art
at the University of Minnesota and at the Cranbrook Academy of Art. For a time I supported myself as a watercolorist, and I spent most of my career in the graphic arts.

 

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