Still Life
Nightlight
Fused glass
Fused Glass
Collection Presentation
Life Drawing
Life Drawing
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They're Only Babies
Izzy
Anima
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The Rise of a New Day
Sisters
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Untitled
The Beginning
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Snail on Frog on Bear
Blur of Light
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No'am Gilat-Elbaz - Metal tooling
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Ella Myers-Lipton Digital Illustration In this adaptation of Eve and the Serpent (an iconic story of a beginning) the forbidden fruit, a pomegranate, symbolizes the complex nature of femininity. The snake represents the conflicting and demoralizing demands society places on women. We are held to a ridiculous standard of beauty and then must struggle with the value we ourselves then put on it. The serpent and I suspend the sweet fruit between us in a silent battle over the true nature of femi