Frida

Between what I see and what I say
Between what I say and what I keep silent
Between what I keep silent and what I dream
Between what I dream and what I forget:
Poetry
– Octavio Paz

• Susanne Bisovsky’s tribute to Frida recreates the suffocating florals of her self-portraits, presenting her almost as an icon of her own brand of disturbing whimsy.

• Felipe Linares’ Skull has reptiles and psychedelic flowers painted on its paper mache surface.

• Madeline Stevens’ Tin Nicho frames EL Corazon in a glass door surrounded by a flaming heart, all decorated in luscious colors, glitter, and paper flowers.

• Sarah Constantino’s Salt and Pepper Shakers are hand painted with dramatic sugar skulls, leaves, and flowers.

• Juan Garcia’s Cat Alejibre is an Oaxacan wood carving hand painted with tiny dots and vibrant flowers.

• Blanca’s Bracelet is a collaboration with Oaxacan weavers and has a line of crystals and violet beads running along the center.

• Gilbert Candelaria’s Frida Tribute frames her portrait in a glass dish, recycled sawblade, and construction nails.

• Lunacy Glass’ Earrings suspend glass hearts from sterling silver wires. Their Bracelet is a glass devil with a blue heart stretched out over your wrist.

• Marisol Apostol’s Necklace is a flaming copper heart surrounded by dark red glass beads.