The Tune of Los Muertos celebrates loved ones who have passed and come back to visit their family and friends. This is a lowbrow street art style artwork with a folk art feel. A sugar skull singing songs that attract the spirits and souls at a Day of the Dead festival.
12x12in. Hand Painted Acrylics on Canvas. Now on Auction
In Aztec mythology, the Cihuateteo were human spirits of women who died in childbirth. They are associated with the underworld. This is my representation of an undead vampire who creates dangerous mischief. 24 × 24″ Acrylic and Plaster on Canvas. Textured Palette Knife Painting by Laura Barbosa.
On Auction for 7 days – Starting Bid is $49 / No Reserve.
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Decorated Sugar Skulls are used to adorn the ofrendas on Dia de los Muertos in Mexico. In Spain, skulls were used to mark the entryway to cemeteries. Many Cultures have different meanings for their fancy skulls. The mixing of a skull with flowers symbolizes life and love in this artwork.
New!! 3 Day Auction – $1.99 No Reserve – Signed “Skull of Flowers” by Laura Barbosa / Link to Auction
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