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A Mola, in the Kuna culture, is a traditional blouse worn by the Indian Women. It is made from two intricately appliquéd panels. These colorful graphic panels have long been admired by visitors to the San Blas Archipelago and are collected as an art form. View my collection at PHOTO INDEX . I am working on re-photographing all the Molas in my collection for better quality images.


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Mola Art of the Kuna Indians Sherry Thorup
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