This original work of these delicious watermelons represents the sweetness of life and the passion we give each of our days to achieve our dreams. This work of art was inspired by the work of the Mexican artist Frida Kahlo entitled Viva la Vida. The three-dimensionality of this work gives us a sense that everything that surrounds us also has a little bit of life.
This painting comes with an antique frame—a still-life painting.
This original artwork was drawn with charcoal and pencil on drawing paper. This drawing is a set of bananas, kiwis, and tangerines that form a gestation of a baby. This drawing symbolizes the health and good nutrition that a baby in the gestation process must receive in order to be more likely to be born healthy and strong.
This original drawing comes with a plastic frame and toasted plastic protector instead of a glass. This skull is a representation of the flowers of Mexican culture. The essence of the flowers that are reborn from this skull shows that there is still hope in the most challenging moments of our lives. You always have to have a lot of faith and perseverance at each start of the desired dream.
Frame included. This original drawing represents a skull drawn with charcoal and black and white Indian ink on drawing paper. I decided to frame it with a plastic frame and a plastic protector instead of glass. The skull symbolizes the day of the dead in Mexican culture. The flowers appear to be a mystical bloom of our Aztec roots. Tears represent the suffering of a nation that lacks protection and honesty in our country.