Sometimes as blue as the ocean on a Caribbean beach while other times they are as dark as a storm rolling across the hills.
Her freckled face makes her appear younger and in the summer they serve to cover most of her nose.
Lots of people have defined Frida' s mania for self-portaits (about 1/3 of her works) as a sort of therapy to survive, an alienation of suffering and phisical pain from herself, a kind of repression of the ravaging action inflicted by external events on her body (bus accident, abortions, surgery operations and "weird" medical treatments of her age).
The body surely was for Frida the centre of any kind of thought, both about her internal self (as women and artist) and about her external environment (cultural, political and social aspects of her time).
Writing a self-portrait essay begins with describing the writer’s personality, experiences, background history, beliefs and other relevant information.
The essay must describe how the person reacts, thinks and believes.
The writer must indicate his likes, dislikes and general outlook on life.
The conclusion of the article sums up how the experiences changed the writer’s destiny and directed him to his current position.
She is often crying on the inside while laughing out loud.
She longs to be accepted but claims others' opinions don't really matter.