Explorations Into Liminality
“and there came an arm and a hand above the water and met it and caught it, and so shook it thrice and brandished it, and then vanished away the hand with the sword in the water.”

Monday, April 19, 2010

Fight For Your Girls

Athena's Armoury is hosting a seriously amazing raffle in support of breast cancer. The lady behind the chainmaille is one rad warrior princess, and she's training and fundraising for the Susan G. Komen 3-day Walk for the Cure. So many wonderful artists have donated their work for her raffle and I highly recommend that you check out all the prizes being offered. There are many of my friends and fellow FAE teammates among the contributors, and yours truly has created a mermaid piece, appropriately titled "Cop a Feel".
So many wonderful people I know have been touched by this disease and I honor them and everyone that has  raised their shields in defense and taken up the fight.

10 comments:

thehauntedstudiounderthestairs said...

Very nice of you and very nice work. The title inspires me.



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Athena's Armoury said...

Julie, thank you so much for your gorgeous contribution and helping spread the word!!

Laurie said...

What a beautiful piece to create for the cause ~ what wonderful generosity.
Thank you for telling me about shaking the dew from the roses on May 1st. A lovely ritual indeed!

stregata said...

A wonderful piece and so beautifully photographed!!

The Josie Baggley Company said...

Hi Petal! & how have you been? I've been away from blogland too long. It's so warming when I see that you've visited my blog thankyou.
I think your piece is absolutely fantastic! I'm just wild over the title!
Hugs
Rainey

Athena's Armoury said...

I responded to you on my blog, but wanted to make sure you saw:
You had to mention the maille bra, huh? You know it's on my list of projects to play with, right? Thanks for the nudge. Maybe I'll try working on one this week.

Gypsy Moon Art Studio said...

Love, love your piece, lady!

Waterrose said...

How beautiful. Hope I'm not too late to enter.....

LuLu Kellogg said...

This piece is wonderful. I don't know how I missed this post but I am glad I saw it :)

Love,
LuLu♥

Plumrose Lane said...

What a fabulous shout out for the cause! Sadly I lost my mom to it years ago. I'm off to check out her raffle, thanks!
♥Sharon