Colour photograph of a white caravan from outside the wooden orchard gates, framed by trees, with a red brick tiled cottage behind it. If you look very carefully, you can see a Westie immediately behind the gate.

 

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Heqet

DIGITAL PRINT ON COTTON POPLIN.

Exhibited at the Hungry Artist Gallery in York in August 2015, and included in The Origins of Spiritual Practice by Rachel Olin (2015).

The 'Venus' statues found throughout central Europe represent the earliest form of sculpture, and the earliest surviving symbols of worship. Heqet was an early Egyptian water goddess, associated with fertility and symbolised by a frog.


Digitally manipulated colour photograph of a nude woman seated in a forest, looking down at the ground.


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