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September 01, 2010

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mathyld ▲under the pyramids▲

I love it ! It is so very perfect !
Both the pieces compliment each other perfectly and they take a whole new meaning.
Love !
x x x
-m-

Geninne D. Zlatkis

It's beautiful beyond words Margie. It's such a pleasure to drop by here every day :)

annri

what a(nother) beautiful project! it is very moving. the fringe border is gorgeous. i like the idea of feathers as messengers.

Lisa at Lil Fish Studios

This is wonderful and you are reminding me that I must go to the Ojibwe museum before it closes next weekend. We've never been and it's a mere 10 miles away.

melissa

these are gorgeous, margie. i love the subtle colours you've acheived.

joanie

Margie these are lovely and I enjoy learning about the shields. If I was still teaching I should love to make an art lesson around this theme. I bet children would take this medicine shield theme in surprising directions. Thanks for giving us a preview :)

Sera

This is stunning, I'd love something like this.

Cozy Memories

it looks so authentic, so traditional, it really could be part of a museum, that I wouldn't be surprised. Well done, again, my friend. xoxoxo
Sonia

Julie Shackson

I'm really drawn to the notion behind your medicine shield; thanks for sharing. It is your art indeed and you are following your heart! Julie

duni

thank you for sharing. i find this very inpirational. i hope to make something in this spirit for myself this week.

rebekah

i love your new banner!!!! amazing geninne! you never fail!

Andrea in Argentina

Thanks for letting us in on your little refuge. There's so much beauty and inspiration in what you do.
Thanks for sharing it.

Lovely World

I love the description of the medicine shield. Too bad these sorts of things are not taught in "western" medical schools. Self-expression (artistic, emotional, etc) and right intention are often times what is needed to move through a difficult health situation. I am fortunate that at Yale University (not always the bastion of alternative thinking), where I received my MS degree in Midwifery, our faculty emphasized such things.

Nanou

Thank you, Margie, for sharing this little refuge that is also mine. It's a place unique on the world, a forever wonderment ! This medecine shield is so beautiful and meaningful. I'm filled with admiration for your process. You definitely deserve a Museum, an open Museum !

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