In the quiet village of Santa Rosa in Oaxaca, Mexico, all the women, and some of
the men, embroider blouses and skirts of velvet with hand-stitched flowers. They
gather around tables, chatting back and forth as they create a style of dress also
used by Frida Kahlo. Flowers continue today to dance across the rich clothing on
the solid women of this land.

Hand painted cottons, raw edge applique, machine stitched and quilted, bamboo
batting.