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Artist’s work draws on Mayan culture

Patricia Kay found additional influence on spiritual life

“Company Maya,” a group of male clay figures that were inspired by Toltec, Zapotec and Olmec artifacts.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
“Company Maya,” a group of male clay figures that were inspired by Toltec, Zapotec and Olmec artifacts.
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For Patricia Kay, going to see Mayan ruins with her husband, Ken Rayna, was more than a travel experience. The ancient temples hidden in the tropical forests of Mexico and Central America sparked a 12-year art project and a deeply personal spiritual journey. “This has changed me for sure. I never saw it coming,” says Kay, a 57-year-old artist who lives in Galway. “The Maya: An Artistic Homage,” her solo show at Fulton-Montgomery Community College, ...


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