Blandine Anderson Exhibition.
Inuit myth. As a young girl - Sedna would not marry a man – but chose to marry a dog instead. The young men were angered and took her out in a boat to throw her into the sea – but she clung to the sides and they cut off her fingers. The fingers swam away into the water and turned into the beasts of the sea.
Beautiful glass in at the gallery. Lovely subtle tones with hints of green.
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Such a fantastic day at Ferrers Gallery today. Blandine's demonstration was excellent. A brilliant way to start her exhibition 'Water's Edge'. The customer feedback was wonderful. Thanks to all those who joined us.