dslookkin

Warrior Mama Watercolors made in New York, NY

New York, United States · 62 Sales

dslookkin

Warrior Mama Watercolors made in New York, NY

New York, United States 62 Sales On Etsy since 2010

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Announcement   Paintings and affirmation cards inspired by the Venus of Willendorf and radical womyn.

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Last updated on Jun 10, 2016

Paintings and affirmation cards inspired by the Venus of Willendorf and radical womyn.

www.dslookkin.com
Instagram: dslookkin
Email: dawn [!at] dslookkin.com

Dawn Stewart-Lookkin

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Dawn Stewart-Lookkin

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flatirondave

flatirondave on Nov 30, 2013

5 out of 5 stars

Looks great, just as described (and same as photo). Dawn was really responsive and helpful, too! Cuff arrived incredibly quickly.

Anonymous on Sep 6, 2012

5 out of 5 stars

Super cute, creative, curly, curious earrings! Love!!! Know you are supporting a great artist and a great person when you do a deal with dslookin! :) xxoo

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About

Feminist + Radical Miscarriage Art

I create queer feminist and miscarriage art. Since my radical miscarriage at 10 weeks in April of 2014, I've returned to my painting roots as a personal art therapy with watercolors and pen drawings. These often depict my Little Lentil Landscapes (underwater alien other-world landscapes) along with My Animal, Grieving, Hairy, Alien Women and Warrior Mothers. After birthing my child, Vee, in July 2015 in a natural home water birth, my work has incorporated the struggles of parenthood, breastfeeding and nurturing the mother. Besides my own emotional survival, my art strives to honor womyn and contribute to a culture of empathy, vulnerability and courage.

A major focus of my work explores the concept of the Venus of Willendorf, a small statue carved during the Paleolithic Period, roughly 28,000-25,000 BCE. One of multiple similar forms of art discovered around the earth, it's likely one of the first sculptures ever created by humans and, ironically, predates the concept of Venus by millennia. I ask myself a lot of questions about her identity as I journey into and accept my own changing body's landscape and my body as an ecosystem. Was she a fertility goddess? Was she floating in water? Was she an elder? Was this a self portrait? To me, she represents an ancient time in our history on this planet when human beings revered the feminine, particularly mothers and female elders, as a natural, daily impulse.

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    I'm a storyteller, artist, mixed womyn of color, warrior mama and Native New Yorker.

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Last updated on August 16, 2016
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Artwork is packaged in archival clear polyproplene sleeves and packed with a sturdy backing. Everything is sent via First Class mail.

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Artwork can be exchanged for shop credit as long as it is undamaged and in its' original packaging. Please contact me within 14 days of purchase and ship back to me within 30 days of purchase for this exchange.