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Porcelain Ceramic, Slumped Glass and Copper (12" x 4" 2.75")
In the Sumerian Empire the most ancient goddess of wine was first mentioned. Her name was Gestin and she was being worshiped as early as 3000 BC. Gestin, translates as wine, vine, and/or grape. She is the 'Goddess of the Grapevine' or the 'Lady of Intoxicants.' She's described as a singer and interpreter of dreams.
Elizabeth Gerstner, features sacred Goddesses. The Goddess has been a metaphysical journey as her figurines are symbolic of “geometric motifs" that have been Pagan earth-centered culture through time. Elizabeth’s creative process is intuitive -as the Goddess regenerates from clay into a sacred piece of art.