This painting (my second of Paola weaving) is of a Tarahumara woman weaving in her home, while her son watches. I was privledged to be invited into her house. These people who live in the Copper Canyon of Mexico live very modest lives...but the simplicity is also very restful. However, since they are quite poor, I have decided to contribute a portion of any sales of this series directly to them. We have found a person who delivers (on horseback!) school and medical supplies and food. Some of the Taharahumara live in extremely remonte areas and may only make it into the nearby (not so nearby) town occasionally.