Wednesday, February 27, 2008


Hades had abducted Persephone. Her mother, Demeter, was consumed with rage and sorrow and was determined to demonstrated her anger by punishing the earth’s inhabitants with bitter cold and blustering winds. When she told Ms. Muse about the kidnapping, Ms. Muse followed their route and came upon Persephone immediately after the horrible rape. She quickly took control of the situation and called the police and an ambulance. There was considerable commotion about letting Persephone leave the underworld for treatment, but Hades didn’t stand a chance when the police arrived.


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Anonymous said...

Your work is inspiring -- I too love mythology. The fragile, temporal nature of sugar adds to the fragile story of each work. In a similar way, the Sacred Heart piece is very moving. It is wonderful how you convey "mood" in your art.

Thank you for sharing.

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Artist Statement: As an alternative sugar artist, it is my intent to surprise and delight my audience with sculptures that depart from everyday boundaries, thus creating rich dialogue around objects of edible art.