Hélène Williams

Sculpture

Nuestra Senora

Ceramic and mirror, 20cm diameter

Nuestra Senora
Our Lady

Our Lady

White earthenware, 30cm diameter

Inspired during an Art Residency in Mexico where the Madonna is deeply embedded within their culture. Some believe that she is another form of the ancient Aztec earth mother goddess Tonantzin.

Ovum

Ovum

Fired terracotta and textile, 20 x 18cm

Terracotta Virgin

Terracotta Virgin

20 x 15cm

'Mother's womb of life exists far beyond the uterus of her female species; it is stretched to the forest, ocean, skies and into the core of the earth itself.'  Mother Maya Tiwari

This ancient primal wisdom embodied within us has become shamed and muted over time.

Terracotta

Fired terracotta clay, 15 x 10cm

Terracotta

'Mother's womb of life exists far beyond the uterus of her female species; it is stretched to the forest, ocean, skies and into the core of the earth itself.'  Mother Maya Tiwari

This ancient primal wisdom embodied within us has become shamed and muted over time.

Hostile Udders

Hostile Udders

White earthenware, wax and fabric, 30 x 20cm

Selected by the Hundred Years Gallery’s exhibition ‘Hostility’.

SHAMEn

SHAMEn

Fired terracotta and textile, 100 x 80cm

The SHAMEn cures the shame.

'Mother's womb of life exists far beyond the uterus of her female species; it is stretched to the forest, ocean, skies and into the core of the earth itself.'  Mother Maya Tiwari

This ancient primal wisdom embodied within us has become shamed and muted over time.

SHAMEn [rear]

SHAMEn [rear]

Fired terracotta and textile, 100 x 80cm

The SHAMEn cures the shame.

'Mother's womb of life exists far beyond the uterus of her female species; it is stretched to the forest, ocean, skies and into the core of the earth itself.'  Mother Maya Tiwari

This ancient primal wisdom embodied within us has become shamed and muted over time.