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Amazing Women of the Suncoast: Eleanor Merritt Darlington

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  • solen posted at 4:36 pm on Wed, May 15, 2013.

    solen Posts: 1

    I was lucky enough see some of Eleanor Merritt Darlington's work of art. She says she is a two dimension artist which I might accept if I consider her art technically but what I perceive is far beyond that . Her art is multidimensional in many emotional and spiritual ways; she empowers the women by reminding and awakening the goddess in each of us. She reconnects us with our internal feminine power, not only with her unique works of art and also with her contributions to the life.

  • MHI posted at 2:20 pm on Tue, May 14, 2013.

    MHI Posts: 1

    She is also a former board member of the Ringling, Art in Public Places, WBTT, and numerous other arts organizations. She never stops creating, in many different dimensions, it is such a gift we are grateful to be part of her journey.