Kaitha Het Heru.
Kaitha Het Heru. The Master Peace Collection
|Kaitha Het Heru at work in October 2012 creating with her loom.|
Kaitha Het Heru's
"Manifestation of the Infinite Spirit. Hands: Skin. Fingers. Nails. Muscle. Bones. Veins. Blood."
Kaitha Het Heru
Photo by Kmur Hardeman
"Left me without words. Takes the breath away thinking about her creation story." - Dawn Wolf, Keeper of Stories 11.6.16
|Kaitha Het Heru's Goddess Yemaya. Triptych. Bas-relief. Matte Glazes. Kiln Fired. 20x11-on half. The Master Piece Collection. A Woman's Work:My Art & My Textiles. (2010)|
"Yemaya is the Yoruba Orisha, Mother Goddess of the Living Ocean, and The Mother of All Living Things.
I sculpted this piece as a triptych, which is a set of three panels, side by side. I carved the image of Yemaya as a mermaid with the full moon, ocean, star fish and rocks in bas-relief in which the figures project from the background. The Goddess Yemaya sculpture is perfect as a center piece for an altar. It can be hung or placed on an easel for support." - Kaitha Het Heru,