Thursday, August 27, 2009

Queen of the Dead


Here's my entry for the show. When researching the holiday, the idea of doing a portrait of the goddess Mictecacihuatl seemed fun. To the Aztec people she was the queen of the underworld, and oversees what has now become the modern Dia de los Muertos festivities.

10 comments:

judebuffum said...

Lovely as always.

Daniel Fishel said...

Damn it, now I have to turn it up a notch now Langer. This is a beautiful piece.

James T. Arnold said...

I really like the mask and the flowers look swell.
also i like the new website

Chogrin said...

Incredible!

Murderous T Stabwell said...

i love your color scheme!

Eric Braddock said...

I think i mentioned this on your facebook already, but I love the depth of this piece. The dimensional quality of it is really awesome. Great stuff.

pw! said...

i almost did a Mictecacihuatl piece as well! glad i didn't, yours is phenomenal!!!

anthony pedro said...

like the collaged look

adrienne said...

thanks yall!

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