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My Life in Pictures
- Ethel Wright Mohamed

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Often called Mississippi's Grandma Moses of Stitchery,
Ethel Wright Mohamed used her talent of beautiful and intricate stitchery
to depict the history of the Mississippi Delta
and life styles from the 1600's to 1970's.

She created intricate scenes from the landing of the Mayflower
to the 1974 Folklife Festival in Washington D.C.

Her pictures radiate an awareness of contentment and belonging.

Paperback - 2nd printing 2003
34 Full Color photos of embroidered pictures with descriptive
captions told in the artist's own tape-recorded words.

40 pages - 8 x 10


$15.00 plus Shipping and Handling
Please contact us for rates on oversize orders.

 

Replicas of Ethel Wright Mohamed's Works are available in full color.

Double Matted Prints

Size Unsigned Signed
8"x10" $ 12.50 $ 35.00
9"x12" $ 15.00 $ 50.00

 

Limited Edition Prints - Unframed

Picture Title & Preview

Number of  Prints Signed & Numbered Size of Image Cost

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Reflections on Spring Creek
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1,000 ct S/N 15" x 22" $ 150

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Sacred Harp Singing
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950 ct S/N 18" x 17" $ 150

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The Magic of Christmas
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300 ct S/N 19" x 27" $ 250

Click here to View - the Sacred Harp Singing stitchery with a commentary by Ethel Wright Mohamed. The web site where this stitchery piece is displayed is hosted by Prof. Warren Steele of the University of Mississippi - Music Department. That web site explores the early American Folk Music style of Sacred Harp Singing

To Purchase Prints or Arrange for Tours
Please Contact Carol Mohamed Ivy at

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BELZONI, MISSISSIPPI  39038
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  Hazel Mohamed Wilson