This print is allegorical to the Taino Indian woman. Yuisa was a "cacique" or tribal leader in the island of Puerto Rico before the Spanish conquest. The artist uses a cubistic-surreal style of distorting the image in sections and shapes that resemble feathers, flowers, leather strings or mechanical forms. Many of the shapes and forms are allusive of the patterns and symbols used by Taino Indians.

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1997|Serigraph|22"x16"|Edition of 40

Rubin Miranda