Wednesday, September 24, 2008

In the Garden of Taramata

In the Garden of Taramata

monotype with chine collé, 9"x12"

Tara is the name of the Goddess Mother Earth, known from India to Ireland. An ancient festival held annually in Athens was named after her, Taramata (Mother Tara). The festival was nicknamed “the Rioting” because of it’s wild customs. In Buddhist and Hindu traditions she embodies many of the qualities of the feminine principle. She engenders, nourishes, smiles at the vitality of creation, and has sympathy for all beings as a mother does for her children.

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Patti said...

Another amazing piece! Glad to read the story behind it as well, feel like I'm learning while appreciating!

austin said...

This is simply beautiful. I love the royal purple and blues in it. This is one of those, "oh, wow" pieces that you just keep looking at.


ladyinpurple/jazzie said...

I appreciate art (^_^)...i like your fave colors are to see images like this

Barbara said...

I love all your art. Particularly these last pieces in my favorite colors. I can't wait to see what you do next. It's all very inspiring. It makes me want to get to my studio and do something, unfortunately it will have to wait. Our money-making job has been non-stop lately. I'll be visiting often.

redchair said...

Hi Grace Lee,
Got a note from a site that you added me to blog list. I'd like to invite you to visit my blog. I really like your work. Beautiful, insiteful ...and did I say beautiful?
I'll visit again.

Free Music said...

very good piece of work