Please click the link above to be transferred to the virtual show Reverence for Mother Earth
Nov. 18, 2022 – April 1, 2023

The exhibit features original music created for the show by kwame Heshimu
and a poem by Tia Johnson and Kyoko Heshiimu spoken by Shara Heshiimu

After visiting the show come back here and leave testimonies below to let us know what you think of the work.

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  1. Super Dope!

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  2. This is a beautiful and well thought out exhibit. I love the music as well.

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  3. Gorgeous exhibition! I love Kyoko’s depth and texture in her work. Tia’s use of line and color is so delicate. Congratulations!

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  4. Tia,

    Your work is fantastically creative and absolutely beautiful! I especially love American Bumblebee and Ruby-throated Hummingbird!

    Kyoko

    Their names don’t do justice to their beauty. I love Pugnose Shiner and Spruce Grouse.

    And the soundtrack really draws you in.

    Congratulations to you both.

    Michael

    P.S. I am very nice to bees!

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  5. I really loved the exhibit. Never knew that these poor creatures were endangered. The art work was outstanding. Thank you for your hard work and information.

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  6. The exhibit “Reverence for Mother Earth” is a beautiful combination of artistic styles. It was an amazing immersive experience, listening to the spoken words over an innovative musical track, while looking at the outstanding artwork. The collection of pieces included in this exhibit are worthy of being displayed in a museum. I would love to see it on display somewhere to be used as an informative tool for people to learn about the connection between what we use from our environments and the need to protect all living things that we both find beauty in, and also rely on for our own survival. Great job on producing truly beautiful pieces.

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  7. Amazing work and really excellent use of the virtual gallery platform! I felt all the elements and artistic styles woven together so seamlessly. It was truly moving to hear the natural sounds combined with the music and your poem all while investigating your artworks. Such a deep experience! Congratulations on a beautiful show!

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  8. An amazing, informative and beautiful exhibit! Love the details in each piece. My favorites are “Ruby-throated Hummingbird” and “North Atlantic Right Whale.” Congratulations to you both!

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    Christina Werkmeister

    Very impressive! I love the humming bird!

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