Here I am showing off my pole dancing to mom while performing in front of the Leonardo Da Vinci Last Supper.
For this image of my mother, I chose to only use my own rememberances of mother while I was a young child. I wanted this image to be of my own memories and imagination.
The stainless steel shrine (constructed of scrap metal components costing less than a dollar) symbolise grace and beauty, yet strength and safety for such an important figure.
The three torches symbolize magic and healing. They also symbolize a beacon that can be seen from afar; beckoning those who may be lost to come fourth and into the loving presence of the Mother. These torches also help Mother as she and the Virgin Mary conduct the procession of the Leonardo Da Vinci Last Supper toward it's rightful place at the table of mainstream society.
The steel sculpture at the base of the shrine that consists of wavy pieces of steel symbolize an angry sea that is unable to disturb the peace and presence of the Mother and her throne above.