The Sisters began a project a long time ago, rescuing throw-away dolls, naked and forlorn, from flea markets. They are given affordable housing and jobs with career paths and choices, the opportunity to work in a spiritual environment, and they blossom and get pretty and smile all the time. The metaphor dolls are a metaphor for throw-away women and a metaphor for the weed-nuns at work today in many corners of the globe. The real weed-nuns are activist, so don't smile so much . . . the metaphor dolls (the metties) do smile, most of them.
This shadow box has a Sister in scrubs, pushing a cart filled with herbal medicine, in front of a window that has, outside, cannabis plants in full bloom.
The Sisters try to make all dioramas from recycled products. There is the only one of this style. Hand-made by the Sisters.
1 metaphor doll (metty) dressed in scrubs and jacket
wood box with photo of 2018 crop as backdrop
3 sage bundles in a basket
1 oil bottle
2 jars of salve
6 bottles of essential oils
3 jars of herbs (sage, salt & pepper)
Not meant for young children. Designed as display for where CBD products are sold.