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ALICE IN WONDERLAND PLAQUES

CHAPT 1: UNCLUTCH AND LET GO
CHAPT 1: UNCLUTCH AND LET GO

Down the Rabbit Hole- Height 14", Width 14"

CHAPT 2:  DO SOMETHING ELSE
CHAPT 2: DO SOMETHING ELSE

Pool of Tears- Height 13", Width 13"

CHAPT 3:  SPEND WHAT HE HAS
CHAPT 3: SPEND WHAT HE HAS

A Caucus Race and a Long Tale- Height 14", Width 12"

CHAPT 4:  PUT MISFORTUNE TO WORK
CHAPT 4: PUT MISFORTUNE TO WORK

The Rabbit Sends in a Little Bill- Height 12", Width 15"

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Series includes 12 tiled plaques, one for each chapter of the Alice in Wonderland book.​​​

In researching the story, I found an interesting analysis done by Marc Edmund Jones, a member of Sabian philosophy, which states that the whole substance of the Alice narratives is made up of 12 great principles of Wisdom in the Philosophy of Concepts, for the solution of personal problems.  I have integrated the Jones narrative by titling each piece with his title.  The Carroll titles are printed on an added piece lower down in the plaque.  It was fascinating to read the interpretation when remembering the story from childhood.

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