Laurie Beth Zuckerman in her home in Blacksburg, Virginia in1997, where she first began making her eclectic home altars. The antique bust of Jesus to the right of Laurie later became the focal point of her altar to her later father, George Zuckerman, shown on the banner heading up this blog.
Please click on each page of Laurie's biography below for a full-page view. If you would like to print a copy, first save each page to your desktop.
Thank you for visiting iconARTe showcasing Laurie's exhibitions, lectures, and workshops of her memorial assemblages: Home Altars, Altar Installations, Diá de los Muertos Ofrendas, Altares de Muertos, Memory Jugs, and Memory Boxes.
Laurie travels to the Southwest, Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean, and South America to photograph Catholic altars, cemeteries, churches, convents, missions, monasteries, roadside shrines, and other sacred sites.
Laurie Beth Zuckerman's Memory Jugs Book CD: Instructions, Images and Theories 2013
Laurie Beth Zuckerman's Memory Jugs Book on CD provides detailed instructions for making vintage-style memory jugs. CLICK on the book image above to read more about this 253-page book with hundreds of full-color photographs. The CD costs $20, plus $3.10 for shipping within the U.S. Press the BUY NOW button below to make your credit card payment. To request an invoice or to inquire about shipping costs to your country, please contact Laurie at: email@example.com