“Really, I do not know whether my paintings are surrealist or not, but I do know that they are the frankest expression of myself.” ― Frida Kahlo

Cinco de Mayo will be celebrated this Sunday, May 5th. Author Isabel Bueno of National Geographic said of the holiday: “For Mexicans…as well as Mexican-American in the United Sates, it has become a complex symbol of Mexican culture, resilience, and character.” To honor this Mexican heritage, this week we focus on female artists whose works inspired activism, self reflection, and, like the holiday, celebrated these Mexican women’s own “culture, resilience, and character.”

Frida Kahlo: painter

Frida Kahlo’s Dress on the Journal (see our past Collection inspired by Frida here)

Mónica Mayer: artist and activist

Maria Izquierdo: painter

Alice Rahon: artist and poet

Rosario Cabrera: painter

“Aurora Reyes: a rebel artist who fought for equality in Mexico”

Isabel Villaseñor: artist, writer, musician, and actress

In Alabama: ¡HICA! (Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama)

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@ Alabama Chanin

Our Mother’s Day Sample Sale starts today with the included styles at 50% off. The discount increases throughout the week, so keep an eye on your favorites.

@ The School of Making

A few spots are still left for our Three-Day Workshop on May 16th through 18th. Find all the details and sign up here.

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