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
This Artwork Symbolizes A Sugar Skull in Mexico being visited by a loved one in the spirit of a Monarch Butterfly on the “Day of the Dead” or El Dia De Los Muertos.
By the first of November the Monarch Butterfly’s arrive in Mexico just in time for the Corn Harvest and the “DAY OF THE DEAD”. According to tradition: The Monarch Butterfly’s are the souls of ancestors coming back to visit their loved ones.
This 4 piece artwork has texture and was started with an application of plaster on canvas, then painted with acrylic paint, gilded with gold powder and embellished with 3D paints to give it a detailed finish.
Each canvas measures 8 x 10″ and the total height is 16″ x 20″ Wide. If you wish to place a BID for this work of art, please click here – The auction has NO RESERVE and the starting bid is $49.
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Bright colors and musical notes. The happy days of Mardi Gras painted with energy and attitude. A gator decorated in beads with his cocktail and voodoo hat. The skeleton is a trumpet playing musician surrounded by music.
This Day Of The Dead Painting is layered in colors, with hues of purple, yellow, pink, blue, green, brown and red to celebrate this mexican holiday. Hand painted folkart with roses and a guitar, created in 2012. GO TO AUCTION