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 The art of Elizabeth Ross discovers her archaeological vocation.Her sculptures carry us to the ancient paleolithic sunrise, when humanity raised its heart -and those immense monoliths- towards heaven to dialogue with divinity.

Her work takes me to the Irish plains, to the middle of a humid jungle or to the museum of Saint-Germain-en-Laye, near Paris -where one finds most of what remains of paleolithic artifacts. In it we find the consciousness of the double spiral of history. One can almost feel the presence of the bard Robert Graves inchanting an ode to the Goddess.

Ana Pellicer, Morelia, 2000

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Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Alfredo Zalce: Almena
Universidad de Calgary, Ab., Canadá: Reunion
Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez: Ciudad Profunda (50 esculturas)
Los Oficios, La Habana, Cuba: Templo Juárez
Capel Celfyddyd, Criccieth, Wales, UK: Swing/ Zapatista Tiles
Fundación Cultural La Voz de Michoacán: Edificio Estela
Gobierno del Estado de Michoacán: Diana
Museo de Cerámica de Mino, Japón: Seeds to Caress, Gates, Swings
Wyndham City, Australia: Y sin madre, no hay maíz
Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo: Agua Viva
Casa Museo Poeta Javier de la Rosa, Vila de Agaete, Isla de Gran Canaria, Archipiélago Canario, España: Semen
Casa Museo A Solaina de Piloño: Guía Roji
Coed Hills Rural Art Space, Gales: Home, Zapatista Ley Lines, Feeding the fairies
Literaturhaus, Kunstmeile Krems,Austria: Small packages don’t contain letters
ArtPoint GUMNO, Macedonia: Ajo: El Mundo es un Vampiro, Amuleto para la Tormenta
Mairie de Bagnols-sur-Cèze, Francia: Archive Bagnolais
Portakal Çiçegi, Ankara, Turquía : A study for soil and self, Conjuros de Amor
The Gallery of Hubei Academy of Fine Arts, Wuhan, China, Ice-eyes series
Grimmerhus Museum of International Ceramic Art , Denmark. Burned Ships