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Frida Kahlo. Without Hope. 1945. Oil on canvas mounted on Masonite

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This dress is THE style of the summer. It's a Mexican peasant style originally popularized by artist Frida Kahlo, who celebrated everything 'Mexican' and brought traditional Mexican costume to New York, looking so fabulous that the style became popular. See her and her costumes in the movie, "Frida".  This Mexican peasant dress fits itself to your figure as opposed to you fitting (or forcing) yourself to it. And it does it in a very flattering way. Designed with a smocked waist that fits to…

This dress is THE style of the summer. It's a Mexican peasant style originally popularized by artist Frida Kahlo, who celebrated everything 'Mexican' and brought traditional Mexican costume to New York, looking so fabulous that the style became popular. See her and her costumes in the movie, "Frida". This Mexican peasant dress fits itself to your figure as opposed to you fitting (or forcing) yourself to it. And it does it in a very flattering way. Designed with a smocked waist that fits to…

Diva Girl Ellie and MXArtsCrafts GIVE AWAY!  OFFICIAL RULES:  Get Ready, Get Set, GO!  Diva Girl Ellie is joining forces with Sofia Navarro of MXArtsCrafts for our very first giveaway! One lucky participating reader will be able to take home one of Sofia's very own pillows! Here are the official rules!  Diva Girl Ellie & MXArtsCrafts Giveaway Rules  1. Like & Share – MxArtsCrafts Mexican Hand Made page on FB – Tag us in the shared post. 2. Like & Share Diva Girl Ellie’s Interview Post with…

Diva Girl Ellie and MXArtsCrafts GIVE AWAY! OFFICIAL RULES: Get Ready, Get Set, GO! Diva Girl Ellie is joining forces with Sofia Navarro of MXArtsCrafts for our very first giveaway! One lucky participating reader will be able to take home one of Sofia's very own pillows! Here are the official rules! Diva Girl Ellie & MXArtsCrafts Giveaway Rules 1. Like & Share – MxArtsCrafts Mexican Hand Made page on FB – Tag us in the shared post. 2. Like & Share Diva Girl Ellie’s Interview Post with…

This book was interesting. It didn't grip me or cause me to tear through it, but I still enjoyed the read. Covers one more dark and often silent portion of US history--the Cold War and subsequent senseless fear of the "reds."  The book is written primarily in journal format, which worked for me almost all of the time. Kingsolver altered the language of each journal entry to match the age of the central character during the time of writing, but sometimes it felt contrived or forced to me…

This book was interesting. It didn't grip me or cause me to tear through it, but I still enjoyed the read. Covers one more dark and often silent portion of US history--the Cold War and subsequent senseless fear of the "reds." The book is written primarily in journal format, which worked for me almost all of the time. Kingsolver altered the language of each journal entry to match the age of the central character during the time of writing, but sometimes it felt contrived or forced to me…

Frida Kahlo's Love Letters Give Glimpse Into The Guarded Artist's Private Life

Frida Kahlo's Love Letters Give Glimpse Into The Guarded Artist's Private Life

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Kahlo began to deny quite obvious European influences such as Surrealism, as she, along with Rivera, became a driving force of the ‘Mexicanidad’ movement which sought to increase the status of Mexican culture and decrease the Spanish influence from Europe. She started to wear traditional Mexican costumes and braided her hair with ribbons, flowers and jewellery to identify with indigenous Mexican culture. The imagery and colours in her paintings were also changed to reflect this national…

Kahlo began to deny quite obvious European influences such as Surrealism, as she, along with Rivera, became a driving force of the ‘Mexicanidad’ movement which sought to increase the status of Mexican culture and decrease the Spanish influence from Europe. She started to wear traditional Mexican costumes and braided her hair with ribbons, flowers and jewellery to identify with indigenous Mexican culture. The imagery and colours in her paintings were also changed to reflect this national…

I've always wanted to get a tattoo.  Somehow I never had the money, then I felt like I was too old.  But If I ever had a reason to celebrate my strength this would be the time, and the central figure in this Diego Rivera mural would be it.  I love how she seems ready to soar.  I could see her sprawling across my shoulder blades.

I've always wanted to get a tattoo. Somehow I never had the money, then I felt like I was too old. But If I ever had a reason to celebrate my strength this would be the time, and the central figure in this Diego Rivera mural would be it. I love how she seems ready to soar. I could see her sprawling across my shoulder blades.

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