It’s hard to believe that Thanksgiving is just a few days away! Fall has slipped by so quickly!
In October I was honored to be asked to join 75 artists in creating a piece of art for a “Tzompantli art Exhibition.” I was especially thankful as I am not Latino and this was a wonderful opportunity for me to create a piece of art outside of my genre.
For this exhibition, the figure of thepre-Hispanic Tzompantli(row or wall of skulls) and the Day of the Dead, was to be taken as a starting point for the artists.
I created this piece in memory of my mom who passed away in 2019. Since it was a new genre of art for me, I enjoyed the challenge of creating the piece but staying true to my artistic style.
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