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Mexican Indigenous Girl and Dead's Flower 
Oaxaca, Mexico

Mexican Indigenous Girl

Sylvia Carrasco
Oil

Erendira is an mexican indigenous girl from Oaxaca, Mexico, holding in her right hand one "Dead's Flower", that at the same time, is considered as "flower of life" according to the Mexican cosmo vision. Her face is very beautiful and reflects the life that is emerging from her, in the same way as the complete Mexican nation, hardly being born to the life with its own childbirth pains. Erendira carries on the DaVinci’s Gioconda enigmatic smile; in her soul, the wisdom of millennia slept in the fields, as time  sleeps in volcanoes; and in her glance, the hope in the future where the dreams of a sweet Mexican adolescent girl are combined, as the dreams of all her nation.

This is one of the most important artworks developed by Sylvia Carrasco. 


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Mexican Indigenous Girl and Dead's Flower, Oaxaca, Mexico.

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