Loved and lost

‘Lakota grief was something to be valued. For when a person has suffered great loss and was grieving, their prayers were believed to be especially powerful and others would ask the grievers to pray on their behalf’  Marilyn A. Mendoza

Articulating grief is to walk a tightrope over a  valley of memories.  The sensations of loss are  explored here through various forms, with ideas that have come  from my grandmothers cloth box, a child’s chair  and roses from flowers given in commiseration

Toast to absent friends
table
Midnight Garden
Toast to absent friends table Midnight Garden