Passions of an Odd Chick

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Crazy Consuela

No. 17 She Speaks For Herself
 I'm still working on the final portraits (gallery showing in February) and on the Day of the Dead gallery showing on October 22nd. My daughter needed an image for her business cards and this one seemed perfect for Crazy Consuela.
5X5 gallery canvas
I'm lovin this little darlin too. It's been so fun and creative to add some sass and beauty and make these harsh and macabre skulls fun.
In New Mexico, Day of the Dead is a great celebration and remembrance of dead loved ones. They remember the favorite foods, favorite jokes and favorite things of the loved one that's passed over. I think it's a good thing to visit graveyards and think about the dead.
I for one, am not afraid of being dead - it will be my ultimate travel destination.




You can't really tell, but this has tiny little seed beads added for drama.

8 comments:

Kelly Berkey said...

I'm loving your day of the dead paintings! i love when people celebrate the dead rather than morn them...beautiful!

Bren said...

This are so unique, hard to imagine that you can make skeletons look so full of life! Appreciate the education on Day of The Dead, it's not something we specifically do in my neck of the woods.
Can't believe the headway you've made in such a short time, creating all your ladies, getting not one but two showings, and those prints are just wonderful.

Diane said...

These are brilliant!

Jeanne Nelson said...

Wonderful skullies, and ladies! You've accomplished tremendous things in such a short period of time. I can see that inspiration and creativity are flowing freely from you ~~ what a great thing! Once again, I enjoyed my visit with you. Happy Creating!

Buffy said...

These are all so cool looking.

Poetic Artist said...

My dear sister friend.
What are you growing in New Mexico? LOL..I love this side of your creative journey.
Katelen

Terri said...

Thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving the nice comment.

I just read your bio and it was so touching.

I love the freedom of expression and the southwestern influence I see in your work.

-Looking forward to more great work as I have now signed up to follow.

blessings,
Terri

danielle said...

Stopping by to say hello and to cheer you on as you continue to work on your final portraits... LOVE the new painting for your daughter's biz card! xoxox