Re-encouters ; How are we connected?

In this online exhibit with the museum, Polly articulates the significance of trees within her own vision of the sacred feminine.She writes: “Trees are symbolic, metaphoric providing relationship, meaning and inspiration.  Cross-culturally, trees are associated with the feminine principle, as well as with knowledge, life, cycles, time, and the connecting matrix between earth, water and sky.”

She explains, the relationship between trees and the ways in which “trees are deeply embedded in human consciousness and, physiologically, embodied within the womb of pregnant mothers.”

Her descriptions of the manner in which the placenta is “the only organ a human grows when needed – in order to support, nourish and sustain a human life.” Images of the “umbilical cord representing the trunk, and the exposed blood vessels acting as branches,” are included in these early presentations.

JOIN US * BUILDING MOMENTUM * MOTHER TREE

Welcome to the launch of our acquisition campaign. Help us purchase the Mother Tree for our permanent collection at the Museum of Motherhood!

We believe the Mother Tree is an inspiring new addition to our permanent collection at the MOM Art Annex in Florida. Her transformative nature signals the launch of our new three point expansion plan that includes increasing acquisitions, engaging new Executive Fundraising Board members, and initiating the ‘Pregnant with Possibilities’ Building Campaign.

“Listen to Your Mother” Event 5/8

In preparation for our Mother’s Day week of events, we have been announcing the lineup of special guests and speakers that are participating in our Barnes and Noble fundraiser. We are excited to announce the content of our May 8 reading to be held at the Upper West Side Barnes and Noble location (at 82nd andContinue reading ““Listen to Your Mother” Event 5/8″

Meet Laura Fuentes on May 9 at the Upper West Side Barnes and Noble!

Continuing from our post last week about the programming that we have going on during the week leading up to Mother’s Day, we’re pleased to showcase the event that will be held on Saturday, May 9. As with the Mother Egg Review event we mentioned in our last post, the Museum of Motherhood will emceeContinue reading “Meet Laura Fuentes on May 9 at the Upper West Side Barnes and Noble!”