Duxbury Art Center Partnership
While quarantined at home, in the spirit of hope and compassion, with the help of Michelle Green of High Street Studios in Hingham, and Sally Dean Mello have been hand-making ceramic fish pendants to be given out to visitors at the reveal of the mosaic, date TBA.
The idea was inspired by the tale of Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes.
The fish was sacred to the Greco-Roman mythology, where it held symbolic meaning of change and transformation.
In ancient Eastern Indian mythology, the fish is a symbol of transformation and creation. This is observed in the ancient flood myth in which Vishnu transformed himself into a fish (Matsya) to save the world from a great flood. In this form, he guided king Manu’s boat (which contained the select few survivors and seeds of life to re-create the world after the flood subsided) to safety.
High Street Studios is Solar Powered
High Street Studios is Solar Powered!!!! We now produce all of the energy we use on a day-to-day basis in the studio!
Where can I buy your work?
You can drop by my studio at 202 High Street, Hingham, MA. Give me a call and leave a message schedule a time that is most convenient for you.
I will be at a number of Art Festivals and Events this year, but you can also buy my work at www.localpottery.com/ in Norwell Mass.
Email me for more information: Michelle Green
High Street Studios at the MFA
Please join us for the Annual Artisan Fair at the MFA November 9th!!! Looking forward to an exciting event in an amazing venue.