Amaranth puts on the shoes of Fermina Daza here from Gabriel Garcia Marquez' book Love in the Time of Cholera. Fermina spent her life in the summer without water, without life. Daza, also a city in Africa, sets the stage for this open ardent field of nothingness where dustdevils swirl in spirals and make no marks as they tread their paths through life. Water and art are words that fill our voids and braille sometimes must be felt with fingers instead of our hearts. Fermina paid with time and left a short and blissful mark right before she disappeared into the wind and up into the sun.
Overall Poster Size = 13 in. x 19 in. (33.02 cm. x 48.26 cm.) *Image has been sized to fit proportionately within the poster size.