She Left the Loom, She Saw the Water Flowers Bloom Restricted; Files Only

Rose, Anneka (Spring 2022)

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She Left the Loom, She Saw the Water Flower Bloom is a memory play, following Elizabeth Siddal through her life. Finding herself in the center of the Pre-Raphaelite artistic movement as a painter’s model, Siddal is desperate to become an artist in her own right. Siddal takes the audience through her hardships and celebrations. From falling in love to battling addiction. We see the world through Siddal’s eyes for the first time. Pain becomes unbearable, color takes on new meaning. We watch Siddal slowly unravel as we get to the end of her story. She Left the Loom, She Saw the Water Flower Bloom explores female artistry, ownership of work and body, and the toll of unrelenting pain.

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