BLOG'S HEADER: This blog's header is a combined image of my identity as a Yamaye (Yam-ah-yeah) with a design of Gwabance (Gwa-ban-say)= Angry Wind Goddess of the Taino superimposed over hurricane Katrina. To the precolumbian Taino women the image of the huracan was the same shape as a satellite view of a hurricane.
SCULPTURAL IMAGE: My sculpture above is titled "Bohiti Mucaro". In Taino it means "Shaman Owl". To me it represents my respect for the mysteries locked in ancient Amerindian knowledge. The image is based on the bird-man sculpture found in a cave in Jamaica in the 18th century and now resides in England.