Walking in Balance:
Wisdom of the Grandmothers
We are currently hard at work on a very exciting new project, Walking In Balance: Wisdom of the Grandmothers. This exhibit explores the relationship traditional native people have with sacredness. Sacredness in community, with the earth, between men and women, each other, (and other cultures), and ceremony. Particular emphasis will be on what it means to be from a matriarchal lineage; to see the world through the eyes of wholeness, through the lense of being part of a tribe. The spiritual and emotional gifts which result from embracing the feminine perspective will be highlighted. Interviews and photographs with both men, women , and children will be included.

Sponsorship for Walking in Balance: Wisdom of the Grandmothers is available both to individuals and to corporations, as anonymous or acknowledged donations. You may chose to make a donation in the name of a loved one, or a favorite organization.

Targeted goal for this museum exhibit is $150,000.

The Awakening of Turtle Island: Portraits of Native Americans, along with the Gwinnett Fine Arts Center, was awarded the Regional Designation Award in the Humanities by the Cultural Olympiad, 1996

Special Thanks to Sponsors for The Awakening of Turtle Island:

Portaits of Native Americans
Bragg Contract Furniture
The Gwinnett Fine Arts Center
Jamie Cook-Cook Giclee Editions
E-6 Labs of Atlanta
Trust of George C and Hilda B Hein
Showcase Photographics