Dia de los Muertos Hand and Arrow print illustration – Serigraph Screen Print Silkscreen
This symbolically rich design celebrates the Mexican holiday Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead. In Mexico death is viewed as the ultimate liberation. The skull and skeleton is venerated during Day of the Dead ceremonies.
The hand and arrow, commonly seen on old gravestones, represents immortality. The snake, or ouroboros, depicts cyclicality and the concept of Eternal Return. The mandorla is symbolic of the interaction between the material and spiritual worlds. As the all-seeing eye denotes perception and spiritual enlightenment.
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“El Diablito” Acrylic on birch wood, framed in maple.
This piece is inspired by the Mexican card game, Loteria. “El Diablito” is seen here conjuring the element of fire. He is wearing his stylish botas picudas which are quite en vogue in Mexico. Along side him his trusty sidekick, Inferno, who always has Diablito’s back.
El Diablito is avaible for purchase in my ETSY SHOP
My latest illustration, “Santa Lluvia” (that’s yoo-vee-uh) She’s the Patron Saint of Thunderstorms
I find myself captivated with the concept of the divine spirit in the human soul. I borrowed this idea and created animal saints. Having superhero-like qualities, these characters function as patron saints of the animal kingdom.
“Santa Paisano de Nuevo Mexico”
This Saint will be printed as a serigraph on wood for my exhibition at the NM Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum in December. The serigraph will be offered as a limited edition of 6. If you are interested in this piece, please contact me at info@ColletteMarie.me.
Limited edition “San Coyote” shirts at ReviverPrinting.com
A limited edition of 50 shirts were made for the REVIVER AND FRIENDS, A SHIRT SHOW!, held at Art Obscura Gallery in Las Cruces, NM. All in-house quantities were sold out the opening night of the show! There are a few sizes available at Reviverprinting.com. Screen prints of ”San Coyote” are available at Art Obscura.
New Print Release! “San Coyote” Patron Saint of Wounded Animals
“San Coyote”, Patron Saint of Wounded Animals, is the first in a series of Animal Saints. Please visit my Etsy Store for specs!
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Almost complete – Here’s a small section of my latest illustration for some upcoming prints and shirts with Seribellum Press and Reviver Printing.
Here’s a few shots of the NEW screen prints on wood I’m doing for my solo show this winter. This piece entitled, “Land of Enchantment”, is 60″ x 68″. Inks are metallic gold and metallic red.
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My latest print entitled “Land of Enchantment” celebrates my home state, New Mexico. <3
Signed prints are available for purchase at my ETSY SHOP.
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FOR SALE ‘La Llorona, no llores mas’ 16″x20″ watercolor, gouache and acrylic on paper.
La Llorona is available for purchase at my Etsy store.
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LIMITED EDITION Screen Printed 19″x25″ Posters. Dia de los Muertos ‘Roadrunner and Coyote’
Made in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Printed at Seribellum Press.
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