This painting would appear to be a Polaroid picture (given its square dimensions) taken in a forest during the course of a fairy tale. The lens catch the moment when this girl with a slim body is wearing a dress made of wood. How can we define a "dress made of wood"? We could look at the image and distinguish the colours of the flowers given by thick brush-strokes of the trowel. Sky blue, yellow, orange, red, wisteria and white, all together to create the image of a flourishing meadow but without green, in its place only this earth-coloured background, or perhaps it is just the colour of this girl's dress. Butterflies fly out of the dress, three of which are clearly visible behind her, in various shades of gold, the same colour that also adorns the dress.
The painting by the artist Edgar Ramirez was made with acrylic on canvas but also has relief decorations within the artwork. The particular style of this composition ends in the writing behind this ethereal woman. It is difficult to decipher the meaning of what would almost seem to be an autograph in calligraphic style. We remember that the painted canvas also covers the sides and was assembled on an gallery grade frame.