H E A L I N G
A found object shrine that explores the path to healing and how being broken in the past can bring strength to the journey. The process of healing can bring connection through spirituality. It nods to Nature as the Original Healer and its strength and resistance despite Man. The available art piece from the shrine is Training Lil Kali.
F O U N D O B J E C T S
- Whitetail Deer Antler Shed [Renewal and Promise of Growth in the New Year - Shedding Old Layers]
- East Texas Wild Cotton [Grandmother’s Blankets]
- Broken Lock - Wax Bandage [Father’s Past - Current Healing through Hard Work]
- Glass Candle Holders East Austin Woods [Darkness is not a thing, but rather the absence of Light]
- Broken Buddha with Green Wood Plaque [Connection despite religious differences]
- Rusted Railroad Nails [The Strength of the Past is beautiful]
- Office Chair Wheel in West Texas [Go to the mountains to breath the air you crave]
- White Buffalo carved from Soft Wall [Hope and Change for the Tribe through Symbols]
- Metal Staples from New Mexican Arroyo [Nature grows despite Man’s best attempts to control it]
Annie Wells is an artist and curator from Austin, TX. An active collector of found objects and creator of site specific installations, she explores and then visually expresses the balance of destruction and creation of the goddess.