Grame, Where did all the girls go, Series 1

Where did all the Girls Go, Series I by Tricia Grame

Acrylic, mixed media, collage, stone, 10”x 10” 2021


2000 Ph.D., Integral Studies, Specialization Women's Spirituality, Art History, California Institute of Integral Studies, S.F., CA.; Dissertation: 'Life Into Art: Art Into Life: Transformative Effects of the Female Symbol on a Contemporary Woman Artist"; M.A., Humanities, Art History; M.S., Art Education; Independent Curator: International & Domestic Exhibitions; Curator: Women's Spirituality Dept., CIIS; Adjunct, MFA, Creative Inquiry, M.A., Ph.D., Women's Spirituality, CIIS; Published Papers & Art Work



I create two & three dimensional art of the prehistoric female symbol, inspired by Marija Gimbutas's research. My art combines archaeology, religion, history, social issues and contemporary art. My content is about the effects of these symbols on the transformation of life into art and art into life, revealing a relationship of time, history and memory. The female form is symbolic of an everlasting archetypal presence. My Goddess-like images of paintings and sculptures are repeated onto a copper textured surface, as if they were excavated from the earth. My passion took me to Italy and the islands of Malta, where hundreds of artifacts have been found depicting women. I curated and organized group exhibitions and lectures that resulted in a bi-coastal conversation between two countries. I consider my art to be a dialogue, a spiritual expression in which the physical and psychological properties celebrate the female and a passionate effort to discover the essence of her being and life.

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