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Ancient Retrievals – Meet the Artist – Eisert Hall Part 6

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Copyright © Eisert Hall

Ancient Retrieval Series, Encoded Memory; Ecofeminist Projects1988 – 98
Life Columns and Regeneration Images
4’x 5,’ acrylic paint, canvas, prints

All images represented in these woodblock prints are from ancient matristic origin. The upper band dates to early 4th millennium, B.C… similar images have been found dating to 30,000 years ago. These engravings are found on stone columns, located off the coast of Brittany in passage grave shrines and also in grave shrines of Ireland and other countries. An obstacle to the study of this ancient culture has resulted from assumption that the culture would be a mirror image of our own. Researcher J.J Bachofen, of the 20th century stated, “the scholar must be able to renounce the ideas of his own time and transfer himself to the mid point of a completely different world of thought.” To admit this difference however, is difficult.
Civilization of the Goddess; the World of Old Europe, Social Structure M.Gimbutas

Installation / Exhibitions
North Island College, Sointula, Malcolm Island, British Columbia, Canada
Manitoba Printmakers Association, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Harcourt House Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Malaspina Printmakers Association. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Eisert Hall´s website is:

About Charalee Graydon

Art Chat introduces art, photography, poetry and narrative and invites submissions from artists and poets from around the world who wish to share their work. Due to demand and time constraints not all work is able to be accepted for publication. Charalee works closely with in producing the materials for this site. The technical and artistic expertise of Kamal at Photofade and those who help with translation is recognized and appreciated.. All images and materials are the property of the artist. No reproduction is allowed without authorization.

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