Acrylic on birch with oak frame, approx. 44"x44"
This is a double sided painting. One side, featuring a Quetzal and a girl, was painted at the O+SF Festival 2013. The other side, featuring a girl with a bat mask was painted at the O+Petaluma Festival 2014. This is a special two-in-one painting and can be hung on either side thanks to the frame.
Raudiel gathers inspiration from life experience, Mexican folklore and iconography such as lucha libre, santeria, skulls, flowers, magic, street vending and flea markets mixing them with the nature. He is a Mexican artist with a background and studies in graphic design. His work has been featured in Juxtapoz Magazine and his work has been shown in Mexico and the U.S.
Buyer can either pick up the artwork at a time that will be arranged with seller, or it can be shipped at buyer's expense. FedEx Freight will be used and can range in shipping costs ($50-$300 is an estimate for packing, shipping, and insurance within the U.S., depending on destination). Consult with seller upon sale. If the minimum is not met during the auction, it will be extended until the reserve is met.
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