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“The morning air was like a new dress. That made her feel the apron tied around her waist. She untied it and flung it on a low bush beside the road and walked on, picking flowers and making a bouquet… From now on until death she was going to have flower dust and springtime sprinkled over everything.” ― Zora Neale Hurston, Their Eyes Were Watching God

wire, sculpture, San Francisco artist, Kristine Mays, dresses
15 in. (h) x 9 in. (w) x 5 in. (d)