A Woman's Work
Kaitha Het Heru
A Woman’s Work
Master Peace. It’s Simply Divine.
The Master Peace Collection
A Woman's Work: My Art & My Textiles
The Tradition Continues...
Beauty Maker: Textile Artist. Artisan. Master Weaver of Khamit Cloth. Intuitive.
Storyteller. Muse Mentor.
I am a native New Yorker, born and raised in the Village of Harlem, New York.
As a very young girl, my parents introduced me to a rich cultural inheritance: my native Afrakan American history, and my ancient Afrakan Khamit (pre-Egypt) spiritual and cultural legacy.
My appreciation and love for Afrakan, and other cultures’, music, art and craft, ancient symbols, and Goddess-centered spirituality, awakened the artist within me.
‘Blessed be the works of thine hands…”
I photographed my mother’s hands several years ago while we were sitting out on the porch taking in some sun.
It was my grandmother, and my mother who taught me the ancient Needle Art and Craft of sewing, knitting, crocheting, pattern making and ‘ting” when I was knee high to a grasshopper, as old folks would say,