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’s development as an
ist has paralleled her personal growth as an active p
icipant in Native American philosophies and ceremonies.
She apprenticed with a medicine man and, under his
direction, pursued a deeper and deeper connection to a divine
creative source and came to a deeper knowledge and understanding
of herself and her place in the universe.
It is her continued transformational practices (leading
purification lodges, vision-quests, and other ceremonies) that
rm her work.
A request to lead lodges
for people recovering fr
abuse brought awareness of abuse as an issue.
Following extensive investigation, Ms. Creighton became
convinced that cultural healing fr
abuse and other distresses depends on w
en’s ability to awaken to the truth of who they are, to hear
the authentic voice of the feminine fr
within and all around themselves, and to establish balance and
harmony with masculine energy.
Her exuberant bronze figures represent this reality and
offer an invitation to all w
en to celebrate themselves in their own lives.
Journeys to places of power have provided catalytic m
ents that prepared the path for discovery of her forms.
In Palenque of Mexico’s Yucatan Ms. Creighton heard a
call to pursue the awakening of w
en to full knowledge of the truth of who they are,
uncontaminated by the constraints of culture.
In Greece she learned that the worship of a female deity
preceded Zeus’s d
ination and that knowledge of Her was purposefully concealed.
In Bali the merging of two rivers in Ubud called for the
fully active and aware female to join and merge with the fully
active energetic male.
was called to clay by the yellow bowl Mrs. White helped her c
plete on the potter’s wheel in fourth grade.
After the birth of her daughter in 1966 and with two sons
already in school, Ms. Creighton learned to throw on the
potter’s wheel. A
return to the University for further study in ceramics as an
undergraduate for the second time and a graduate degree led to a
strong connection to clay and the possibilities inherent in its
visiting the studios of Shoji Hamada in
, she was inspired by his intense involvement with the form
his touch and his paddles. Upon
her return she began to explore with paddles of her own.
Her love of clay and its plasticity inspires dedication
to the possibilities for form emerging as the paddle engages
with the clay with the force generated by Creighton’s desire
to find the form of women in celebration of life.
Hidden in her earlier work of huge monoliths representing
the life-force of the Taoists emerging from the slime, was the
implication that the feminine is the vehicle through which life
emerges in the continuation of life’s cycles.
Finally, the real nature of her work was revealed and she
adjusted her focus to an ongoing process of discovery revealing
through the female form the possibility of entry into the sacred
by celebrating life.
This most recent series, Love,
What’s it to Ya, grows out of her certainty that love is the basic ingredient of life worth living. Now she is
working on a series called “Where
She has transmitted her
passion for investigation as an
ist to her students at Moorpark College and California Lutheran
University for over thirty years.
The intention of making her ideas apparent through image
has been accomplished through exhibitions throughout the United
States, in France, South Africa and in Japan. She
exhibited sculpture in Nice, France in 2006, Hyere, France in
2010 and Luxembourg in 2011.
For many years Ms. Creighton traveled with her work to
gatherings celebrating feminine spirituality, first in
Northridge, Tujunga, Santa Inez, and Malibu, California, then in
Hawaii, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Minnesota. She
continues showing her work and teaching about the sacredness of
women’s core energy. Her book, Reclaiming the Sacred Source: the Ancient Power and Wisdom of Women’s
Sexuality, is ready for publication.
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