CALAVERA de San Angel / Daily Painting #1214

Calavera de San Angel / Watercolor / 6 x 9 inches

In a corner of the garden of an estate turned antiques and arts store in the beautiful area of Mexico City known as San Angel, I was taken by surprise by this giant, twelve to fifteen foot Calavera, or Skeleton, twisting in the wind. The Mexicans are not a bit afraid to stare death straight in the face. Depictions of skeletons are everywhere. But when you come across one this large, and it is not in a parade or ceremony, you pay attention. I did, and couldn't wait to get it down on paper.

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One thought on “CALAVERA de San Angel / Daily Painting #1214

  1. Would like to find out more and how old this skeleton is. We had live giants before Noah’s flood. Is in a proper place seeing the cross. Very appropriate.

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