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I read several articles about women who braided rice into their hair and their children’s hair when sold into slavery.  This ensured that their children would have something to eat if they were separated, gave them agency to plant their own crops in their new home, and a way to keep their culture alive.  It was due to the skill and knowledge of these women that the rice crops prospered.  The Protector honors these women and their resilience.  She is the goddess that keeps watch on those most in need of assistance.

(Certificate with story included with piece.) 


This is a 6" X 12"  print of an original acrylic painting created by me and printed on a sturdy matte stock paper specifically for artwork.  These prints are a limited edition of 250.  Each is signed and numbered.  It is packaged in a crystal clear bag that is archival safe and shipped in sturdy packaging material.


Please note that colors may appear different on the prints.

6" X 12" The Protector Print

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