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Picasso Marble Maidens by Rhoda Quam, Deceased

Rhoda Quam, Deceased

Picasso Marble Maidens by Rhoda Quam, Deceased

$ 150.00

A gray, brown and black veined Picasso marble maiden figure with a gold-lip & melon shell faced larger maiden placed at the top, created by the deceased carver Rhoda Quam. All 5 mothers and two corn maidens have inlaid faces with jet features - composed of spiny oyster, turquoise, gold-lip, lapis & pipestone. Rhoda has inlaid dot stars on the robes of the maidens and on the corn rows, utilizing coral, turquoise and jet creating something for the eyes to see at every angle. Rhoda Quam was Lynn Quam’s sister - both learned their art as children from their award winning jeweler and carver mother, Annie Gasper. Rhoda died around 2015 with many health problems. She was a cousin of Sandra Quandelacy - who was the same age so they were raised like sisters. The maiden symbolizes abundance, fertility and feminine energy.
Artist: Rhoda Quam, Deceased
Size: 1-1/8 in. long x 7/8 in. wide x 3 in. tall

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