“‘Diluvium’ is a word historically used in geology, which refers to deposits of sand or gravel in land formations caused by oceanic flooding.  This piece is inspired by my recent travels to the San Juan Islands in the Puget Sound, where I began to imagine how the islands were formed.  This piece is a surrealist exploration of an imaginary story of how the islands formed in connection with the marine life and resident orca pods in their waters.  Because all life on Earth is both physically and spiritually connected, the orca serves as a metaphor, exploring the role of ancient feminine wisdom as the facilitator of the ongoing interconnections in nature.” – Quinn


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33.5 x 47.5 x 2.5 in (L x H x D)




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