French-American artist and sculptor, Louise Bourgeois' "Maman," 1999 / Its abdomen and thorax are made up of ribbed bronze. In the late 1990s, Bourgeois began using the spider as a central image in her art. The sculpture alludes to the strength of her mother, with metaphors of spinning, weaving, nurture, and protection.
What a lovely tribute to Louise Bourgeois you have created. I'll bet, though, that Louise would have thought it was disrespectful boneheaded laziness that led to your fucking up the spelling and then presenting it as a quote.
LET ALL WHO ARE IN SPIRITUAL PAIN and AFFLICTION KNOW that Jesus has taken all of that unto Himself that we may be FREE from its dominion: "But He was PIERCED for our rebellion, CRUSHED for our sins. He was BEATEN so we could be whole. He was WHIPPED so we could be healed," Isaiah 53:5.