"Milagros: La Luna" - original acrylic SOLD at Stranger Factory. To see other possibly available original paintings from the same show click here
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We have glossy paper prints that are 8x10" signed on the back by me, on sale this week for $9.99, and also limited edition canvas prints that are hand embellished by me in acrylic paints, signed & numbered front & back, wrapped on boards & ready-to-hang, only $100 each here
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Original painting SOLD at the show at Stranger Factory gallery in Albuquerque on Friday, but hey - at least we have prints =) If you are in Albuquerque, visit the gallery and see these all in person - they'll be hanging for the next several weeks!
My Milagros series is Inspired by the wonderful milagros charms on a lot of the folk art I saw in Mexico earlier this year. “La Luna” is the Spanish word for “The Moon” which features prominently in this painting. I painted this piece for Stranger Factory gallery in Albuquerque, New Mexico (a great city to find milagros charms and lots of Mexican folk art!) – this lovely girl has several beautiful charms adorning the heart, and she has some traditional Calavera face paint on. Milagros charms are typically tied with a person’s name, with the shape of the charm indicative of the healing/prayer wanted (ie a leg, if somebody is praying for their leg to be healed, etc.). They are often used as decorations sewn to clothing, glued to crosses, left at shrines, worn as jewelry, etc., I have many milagros hanging in my studio. The original painting sold at the art show, but we have prints & canvases available now up at Strangeling.com . This is the third installment in my series of pieces featuring Milagros. Also be sure to check out the Hamilton Collection for my series of related figurines inspired by the Day of the Dead, Sugar Skulls, etc.!