SIA: Primavera

It’s time for another Style Imitating Art (SIA) challenge! This week, Salazar @ 14 Shades of Grey has chosen this week’s inspiration artwork.

The inspiration artwork:

Salazar chose an amazing sculpture she saw during her recent trip to Cuba. The sculpture is entitled “Primavera” (which translates to “Spring” in English) by Cuban sculptor Rafael San Juan. Installed for Havana’s 12th Biennial of Arts, it depicts the bust of a woman with a crown of butterflies on her head, and the artwork is intended as a tribute to the spirit of Cuban women. You can see more photos and learn more about the sculpture from this article and this interview with the sculptor. Below is a photo of the sculpture that Salazar took on her travels.

Photograph of "Primavera" (Spring) sculpture by Rafael San Juan

Photograph of “Primavera” (Spring) sculpture by Rafael San Juan

And it is perfect timing, as it is still International Women’s Month, and spring officially begins next week! As Salazar pointed out, the contrast between the tough material (recycled steel) and the softness of the curves of the woman and the butterflies would be interesting to interpret in an outfit too.

How to to participate in SIA?

Everyone is welcome to participate — bloggers, non-bloggers, all genders, all ages, even pets! Just send a pic of an outfit — selfies and flat lays are also welcome — inspired by this week’s SIA artwork to this week’s curator, Salazar, at by next Tuesday, March 20th, which also happens to be the first day of spring! Salazar will then post the SIA round-up on her blog, 14 Shades of Grey, on Wednesday, March 21st.

Can’t wait to see what y’all come up with! 😀


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