Today's refuse, sewn together as 'a Garden of Eden.'
Merill Comeau writes, “I create a utopian Garden of Eden for tomorrow out of the refuse of today. These cast-offs reflect memory, social constructs of identity and class, the globalization of manufacturing, and our speeded-up consumer cycle. I take this detritus and create something beautiful.”
This article appeared in the Fall 2012 issue of UU World (page 16); photo by Susan Byrne Photography.
Like this on Facebook
Artist Merill Comeau is a former member of First Parish in Concord, Massachusetts. Her collaborative work includes several church groups.
The first time, I emerged merely breathless, wet, and cold.
Retaining our humanity
We can become a more spiritually resilient faith.
Comments powered by Disqus