"La Sirene" is a spiritual icon in honor of the divine feminine water spirit. This particular image of La Sirene was channeled live during a community vodoun ceremony. The ceremony takes place annually during a celebration called "Anba Dlo", during which we make offerings to the water spirit so she can protect us from the rising sea levels and hurricanes that threaten our city.
New Orleans and Haiti have a very special relationship that has resulted from hundreds of years of cultural exchange. Haitian vodou has greatly influenced New Orleans spirituality and lives on today through practitioners who hold these communities ceremonies for healing.
This is the very first NFT edition of "The Goddess Collection" and is priced so you can start collecting early. 50% of the proceeds will the KANPE Foundation. In Haitian Creole, “kanpe” means to stand up. KANPE is a foundation that brings support to the most vulnerable communities in Haiti to help them achieve autonomy, so that they can “stand up”. Learn more at https://kanpe.org/
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This collection of deeply personal work is inspired by spiritual archetypes of the Divine Feminine and plant spirit medicine.
To encourage early collectors, two editions have been minted, of which 50% of the profits will be donated to charities. The editions are priced on a bonding curve and will provide residual income to these non-profits. New original 1/1's will be released as soon as the early editions begin to sell out.
"La Sirene" is an edition of 50, and half the proceeds are donated to Kanpe Haiti, in celebration of New Orleans >< Haiti's special cultural connection.
"Shekinah" is an edition of 25, and half the proceeds are donated to Omna Tigray, to send humanitarian aid to the victims of the genocide in the Tigray region of Ethiopia.
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