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  • NOVICA Signed Expressionist Painting of Flowers from Mexico
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    NOVICA Signed Expressionist Painting of Flowers from Mexico
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    Yellow flowers with hearts of red blossom with color in this painting from Mexico passionately captured in watercolor by Mercedes Collado. The artist expresses her love for nature and for her home country depicting a bunch of cactus flowers in the impressionist style. She names the painting Cualtzin from the Nahuatl language meaning beautiful.
  • NOVICA Abstract Painting Traditional Mexican Toys
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    NOVICA Abstract Painting Traditional Mexican Toys
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    A lavish use of color distinguishes this painting by Eduardo and Graciela who combine their talents under the Lavilla name. They take tradition to an abstract level creating visual metaphors for Mexican wood toys. Executed with latex paints the composition lures with its enigmatic textures and colors. Titled Tradicion I in Spanish.
  • NOVICA Original Surreal Oil on Canvas Painting from Mexico
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    NOVICA Original Surreal Oil on Canvas Painting from Mexico
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    All I want is to think about her. Working in oil on canvas Luis Oscar Figueroa Garcia takes his inspiration from the poem I Have Spent the Entire Night Without Sleeping by Fernando Pessoa. The Mexican artist paints an enigmatic dreamscape in which flowers and fowl stand tall against a sky filled with stars. The part of reality in a world of fantasy created by a passion he muses. To love is to think. Titled He pasado toda la noche sin dormir... viendo in Spanish.
  • NOVICA Watercolor Painting Mexico Signed Fine Art
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    NOVICA Watercolor Painting Mexico Signed Fine Art
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    This painting is about that which is transitory and fleeting about life so we may appreciate the soul in its purity and balance says Mexican artist Azucena Barrios. She prepares a soothing palette of blue violet and green with subdued yellow contrasts to complete an ethereal sense of equilibrium. Titled Alcatraces in Spanish.
  • NOVICA Signed Etched Print of a Sea Turtle from Mexico
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    NOVICA Signed Etched Print of a Sea Turtle from Mexico
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    A detailed sea turtle in black and white pulls itself along a sandy shore in beige and golden colors. Marina Pallares is a lifetime artist from Mexico who hopes to move the viewer through her surrealist style and realistic subject matter. She achieves this etched print painting on textured liberon paper. Titled Tortuga vete mar adentro in Spanish.
  • NOVICA Signed Painting of the Golden Gate Bridge from Mexico
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    NOVICA Signed Painting of the Golden Gate Bridge from Mexico
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    With bold red colors the Golden Gate Bridge of San Francisco stretches across this watercolor painting captured in the impressionist style against a forested background. For Mexican artist Mercedes Collado this composition expresses strength and balance in architecture.
  • NOVICA Signed Expressionist Guitar Painting by a Mexican Artist
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    NOVICA Signed Expressionist Guitar Painting by a Mexican Artist
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    Painted in shades of brown and beige this expressionist painting from Mexico reflects Mercedes Collado's love for the bolero style of Latin music. For Collado bolero expresses romanticism and happy rhythms inviting everyone to join in on the dance floor.
  • NOVICA Signed Impressionist Painting of a Cactus from Mexico
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    NOVICA Signed Impressionist Painting of a Cactus from Mexico
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    Present in both the Mexican coat of arms and in traditional songs the nopalera prickly pear cactus carries great significance for artist Mercedes Collado. She expresses her country's heritage painting the wild and noble cactus in the impressionist style showing it with various red tunas or fruits. Titled Nopalera con tunas rojas in Spanish.
  • NOVICA Modern Mexico Stream of Consciousness Painting
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    NOVICA Modern Mexico Stream of Consciousness Painting
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    In this painting I began exploring different painting techniques Mexican artist Fernando Niragob says. It takes its name from the number of hours minutes and seconds it took me to finish it. The crescent moon shines from a fragment of sky in this mysterious abstract.
  • NOVICA 3 Pane Hand Painted Paper Wall Art from Mexico
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    NOVICA 3 Pane Hand Painted Paper Wall Art from Mexico
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    Painted by Edgar Trejo this composition shows a style that is inspired original and beautiful. Carrying on the traditions of Mexico's Otomi people he paints the piece with vegetable dye on handmade amate. This is a kind of tree bark paper which takes several days to procure through a complex process. Amate is a sacred material for Aztec and Mayan peoples historically used to write down and chronicle important events and trade even serving as the bridge between the mortal and the spiritual worlds during religious ceremonies. According to Otomi traditions the bark used to produce amate can only be extracted from a tree during certain parts of the lunar cycle indicating the high level of respect held toward nature. The hand-painted geometric designs extend the length of the painting with three individual sections featuring star-like shapes. The inner rings of each field feature handwoven fibers with open spaces that result in a truly impressive piece.
  • NOVICA Signed Impressionist Waterfall Painting from Mexico
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    NOVICA Signed Impressionist Waterfall Painting from Mexico
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    Mexico's Mercedes Collado reflects on the beauty of Iguazu Falls located on the border of Argentina and Brazil. Cascading bodies of water are captured in the impressionist style using watercolor allowing shapes and colors to blend together for a beautiful cohesive composition. Titled Cataratas de Iguazu in Spanish.
  • NOVICA Colorful Signed Expressionist Painting of Gandhi from Mexico
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    NOVICA Colorful Signed Expressionist Painting of Gandhi from Mexico
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    Mexican artist Mercedes Collado paints a colorful vibrant composition hoping to express herself and share her emotional experience with the viewer. Working in the expressionist style she paints the historical figure Gandhi remembered for leading a peaceful Indian revolution against British colonization. Says Collado I think that Ghandhi was a person with light. The fireflies and Gandhi express the way both possess their own light. Titled Iluminado in Spanish.
  • NOVICA Floral Impressionist Painting
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    NOVICA Floral Impressionist Painting
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    The Thai landscape is dotted with bright yellow Mexican sunflowers inspiring Innop to immortalize them in this painting. Also known as tree marigold the blossoms appear in a composition of impressionist artistry as the Thai artist paints with oils on canvas.
  • NOVICA Limited Edition Etched Print of a Bird Cage from Mexico
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    NOVICA Limited Edition Etched Print of a Bird Cage from Mexico
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    An empty bird cage in black and white rests atop a bed of flowers and leaves with an inscription in Spanish that reads The birds are in their place. The birds themselves flutter above embossed on the paper. Marina Pallares is a lifetime artist from Mexico who hopes to move the viewer through her original style and realistic approach to her subject matter. She achieves this etched print painting on textured Liberon paper. Titled Los pajaros estan en su lugar in Spanish
  • NOVICA Mexico Modern Art Nouveau Style Mixed Media Painting
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    NOVICA Mexico Modern Art Nouveau Style Mixed Media Painting
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    A beautiful young woman wears the frothy lace headdress of Mexico's Tehuantepec Isthmus. Surrounded by flowers she folds her hands and gazes peacefully toward the right. Gabriela Nunez reveals an Art Nouveau influence in this romantic portrait. Titled Tehuana in Spanish.
  • Rufino Tamayo Limited Edition Personaje Blanco
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    Rufino Tamayo Limited Edition Personaje Blanco
    Etching in colors by famous Latin American artist, Rufino Tamayo (Mexico 1899-1991), 1976/ Signed in crayon lower right, numbered 7/75 in crayon lower left, framed. Pereda 193. Framed, floated approximately one inch from the back board in a 4-inch deep frame. Height 29.62 in. x Width 22.25 in. (sight) Height 39.25 in. x Width 31.37 in. (frame) Rufino Tamayo was a Mexican painter of Zapotec heritage, born in Oaxaca de Juárez, Mexico. Tamayo was active in the mid-20th century in Mexico and New York, painting figurative abstraction with surrealist influences. His signed and numbered limited edition prints are immensely popular. They may be found in major collections and museums throughout the world.
  • NOVICA Hand Painted Paper Wall Art Multicolored Spiral Mexico
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    NOVICA Hand Painted Paper Wall Art Multicolored Spiral Mexico
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    Spiral motifs adorn the center and inner ring of this impressive folk art painting. Created with a technique passed down through generations of Mexico's Otomi people it is inspired original and beautiful. Edgar Trejo carries on the traditions of his village with this composition which is painted with vegetable dye on handmade amate or tree bark paper which takes several days to procure through a complex process. Amate was a sacred material for Aztec and Mayan peoples historically used to write down and chronicle important events and trade even serving as the bridge between the mortal and the spiritual worlds during religious ceremonies. According to Otomi traditions the bark used to produce amate can only be extracted from a tree during certain parts of the lunar cycle indicating the high level of respect held toward nature. Featuring a meticulous freehand design the painting has handwoven areas with open spaces in the center and inner circle.
  • NOVICA Swan and Flower on Hand Black and White Painting
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    NOVICA Swan and Flower on Hand Black and White Painting
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    A swan glides over a blossoming seed in the palm of the left hand in an amazing feat of perspective by Mexico's Fernando Niragob. He is inspired by Oriental philosophies and sacred geometry for the underlying meaning of this powerful ink painting. Good intentions within are projected toward someone else's good will and swan and octagonal seed of life represent the power and intensity of such intention says Niragob as he explains his composition. An ho'oponopono shapes the hand which is my a mantra for self-healing and cleansing with the words 'Perdoname (Forgive me) Gracias (Thank you) and Te amo (I love you)' among the dispersed letters. The Mexican artist creates this inspired composition with graphite on Fabriano paper. Titled Flores para mi bien in Spanish.
  • NOVICA Abstract Hummingbird on Hand Black and White Painting
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    NOVICA Abstract Hummingbird on Hand Black and White Painting
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    Myriad letters in black disperse over a white expanse shaping a left hand palm up. They form an ho'oponopono that Fernando Niragob uses as a mantra for self-healing and cleansing featuring the words Perdoname (Forgive me) Gracias (Thank you) and Te amo (I love you). Written in ink the letters alternatively disperse and concentrate brilliantly shaping a hummingbird. The title 'Sync Cronos ' means 'At the Same Time' and the hummingbird over the extended palm represent synchronicity explains the Mexican artist. The image represents good timing and a good omen. It indicates that everything is in perfect order and in its rightful place.
  • Francisco Zuniga - Impressions of Egypt Lithograph
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    Francisco Zuniga - Impressions of Egypt Lithograph
    Artist: Francisco Zuniga, Mexican (1912 - 1998) Title: Impressions of Egypt Year: 1982 Medium: Lithograph Poster Image Size: 20 x 14 inches Size: 31 in. x 23 in. (78.74 cm x 58.42 cm) RoGallery is an established auction house, art dealer and gallery located in the New York City area. In business for over 30 years, they are active fine art buyers & sellers and frequently hold online live art auctions. They occupy a 10,000 square foot building that holds their extensive collection of modern and contemporary artworks including paintings, prints, photographs, & sculpture.
  • NOVICA Modern Mexican Abstract Painting
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    NOVICA Modern Mexican Abstract Painting
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    Abstract images converge in the work of the Lavilla artists Eduardo and Graciela. They merge their talents in an abstract composition that is delineated with frank borders. They allow a bright red flower to blossom over the beige landscape. Titled Flor roja II in Spanish.
  • NOVICA Mexico Surrealism Fine Art Signed Painting
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    NOVICA Mexico Surrealism Fine Art Signed Painting
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    From Fernando Niragob's Arriba ( Above ) series Genesis is about birth and self-renewal borne from daydreams or lucid dreams. I painted this composition as an allegory to the creative power we each have as children of the universe explains the Mexican artist of this acrylic on canvas. The woman on the left is holding on to a cloud while the swan on the right represents being that tangible reality that can be transformed by the mind. On the horizon the rising sun represents the witness/ actor (the divine) in the shape of an eye with clouds for eyelids. It symbolizes our own conscience's view.
  • NOVICA Tears Original Mexico Realist Painting
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    NOVICA Tears Original Mexico Realist Painting
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    Tears take the form of poetry flowing across the cheek and temple of an enigmatic face. Seen only partially the person is nonetheless a riveting presence. Your eye green eyes I lost myself in them… they were fury fire storm passion and escape. So green such rain… muses artist Maria Deras. This thoughtful work forms part of her series Terraerotica (Erotic Earth). Titled Te confiero el poder de arrancar lagrimas de mis ojos in Spanish it is framed in pinewood.
  • Mid-Century Lithograph - Porfirio Salinas 1958
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    Mid-Century Lithograph - Porfirio Salinas 1958
    Porfirio Salinas (November 6, 1910 – April 18, 1973) was an early Texas landscape painter who is recognized for his depictions of the Texas Hill Country in the springtime. He was one of the first Mexican American artists to become nationally recognized for his paintings. He was described by The New York Times as United States President Lyndon B. Johnson's favorite painter. Works by Salinas are in the Texas State Capitol, the Texas Governor's Mansion and in a number of museums including the Witte Museum in San Antonio,Texas and the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum. Lithographs such as this one are occasionally found signed in ink.
  • NOVICA Mexico Folk Art Theme Signed Black and White Etching
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    NOVICA Mexico Folk Art Theme Signed Black and White Etching
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    Revered in Mexico for its fruit and presumed healing qualities the nopal (cactus) is featured in card 27 of Marina Pallares' exclusive interpretation of Mexico's loteria. It is a unique version of the classic bingo game featuring traditional images. The loteria made its appearance in the second half of the 18th century and it is still a favorite at schools fairs carnivals and festivals. I grew up in Jalisco known for the production of tequila from agave plants and as a child I used to play loteria all the time. These two facts inspired me to create the 'Tequila Lotto' series confides Pallares who credits the influence of Leopoldo Mendez and Jose Guadalupe Posada in her work. She masters aquafortis and aquatint etching techniques to create this eloquent composition. Titled El nopal in Spanish
  • Marmont Hill Mexican Rooster Evelia Painting Print on Canvas 48 x 48
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    Marmont Hill Mexican Rooster Evelia Painting Print on Canvas 48 x 48
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    Features: Fine art canvas print from the Marmont Hill Art Collective Professionally hand stretched Gallery wrapped in sustainable, non-warping wood Arrives ready to hang Made in the USA Includes a certificate of authenticity Painting Print on Canvas Part of the Birds collection Available Sizes: 18" L x 18" W x 1.5" D (5 lbs hanging weight) 24" L x 24" W x 1.5" D (6 lbs hanging weight) 32" L x 32" W x 1.5" D (7 lbs hanging weight) 40" L x 40" W x 1.5" D (9 lbs hanging weight) 48" L x 48" W x 1.5" D (12 lbs hanging weight)
  • NOVICA Mexican Sun and Moon Eclipse Steel Wall Art
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    NOVICA Mexican Sun and Moon Eclipse Steel Wall Art
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    Cool and serene the pale blue moon is mesmerized by the sun's ardent fire. Alejandro de Esesarte celebrates their cosmic romance with this wall sculpture. He works in steel to shape the lovely image hammering the piece into low relief and painting it by hand. Because each piece is individually hand-crafted and painted size and color could vary slightly.
  • NOVICA Surrealist Painting of a Lizard and Volcano from Mexico
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    NOVICA Surrealist Painting of a Lizard and Volcano from Mexico
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    Madero is a dedicated artist from Mexico hoping to translate the inner visions of his mind onto canvas for the enjoyment of the viewer. In this surrealist painting he depicts a strange lizard in the foreground with a multicolored volcano spewing lava in the background. With a play on words the artist invites the viewer to feel the calor y color or heat and color of his work. Titled Experimenta el calor in Spanish.
  • NOVICA Watercolor Painting Mexico Signed Fine Art
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    NOVICA Watercolor Painting Mexico Signed Fine Art
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    Azucena Barrios captures the majesty of an elephant as she paints with watercolors. I don't like to force colors I let the watercolors speak to me through those moist and capricious blotches confides the Mexican artist. The title denotes a mighty presence. I wanted to convey their strength and longevity on their life's paths. For this painting Barrios paints with a palette of colors that includes brown orange blue and violet. Titled Elefante en el camino in Spanish.
  • NOVICA Heart in Hand Mexican Mystical Realism Signed Painting
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    NOVICA Heart in Hand Mexican Mystical Realism Signed Painting
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    A heart beats at the center of the right hand palm that is masterfully delineated with myriad letters colliding into an ho'oponopono. Fernando Niragob uses it as a mantra for self-healing and cleansing featuring the words Perdoname (Forgive me) Gracias (Thank you) and Te amo (I love you). The Mexican artist signs his name on the right side of the wrist and writes Ferniji on the left. It is a pseudonym that includes my artistic name plus the suffix ji which I took from the Japanese language and it denotes a sign of respect or venerability explains the talented Niragob who tends to create original titles for his original compositions. With this painting I'm paying homage to everyone's heart and the self-realization of one's own existence in equilibrium and peace the yin-yang.
  • NOVICA Unique Hand Painted Mexican Steel Wall Art (Large)
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    NOVICA Unique Hand Painted Mexican Steel Wall Art (Large)
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    Capturing the nostalgia of an ancient and venerable shade tree Alejandro de Esesarte translates his concept to this lovely wall outdoor sculpture. He works in steel to create the images hammering them into low relief and painting it by hand. Because each piece is individually hand-crafted and painted size and color could vary slightly.
  • NOVICA Collectible Mexican Steel Wall Art
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    NOVICA Collectible Mexican Steel Wall Art
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    Evoking verdant fronds that rustle in the tropical breeze Alejandro de Esesarte depicts a palm tree in this lovely outdoor wall art sculpture. He works in steel to create the image hammering the pieces into low relief and painting the sculpture by hand. Because each piece is individually hand-crafted and painted size and color could vary slightly.
  • NOVICA Ltd Ed Black & White Surrealism Aquatint Etching
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    NOVICA Ltd Ed Black & White Surrealism Aquatint Etching
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    Working in black and white Marina Pallares creates an enigmatic aquafortis and aquatint etching. She depicts a gentleman in a suit and top hat whose head is a padlocked cage filled with birds. A key is attached to the red cord that meanders from his heart to his hands. The key is to open the mind to give free rein to the thoughts or to let new ideas in the Mexican artist explains. I was inspired by the masters of surrealism in this case Rene Magritte. However I've tried to give this print my own discourse based on my own perception of life.
  • NOVICA Black and White Framed Leaf Theme Embossed Etching Print
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    NOVICA Black and White Framed Leaf Theme Embossed Etching Print
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    A forest leaf whispers of the tropics in this beautiful work of art by Pina Martinez. She works in drypoint intaglio depicting one side of a splitleaf philodendron. A ghostly mirror image the other half is embossed in silhouette. This symbolizes an intimate union in which two elements form a single fusion the Mexican artist confides. She presents the signed numbered print in a pinewood frame with a double mat board passe-partout. Titled Tu y yo in Spanish.
  • NOVICA Surrealist Painting of Sun Moon and Lizard from Mexico
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    NOVICA Surrealist Painting of Sun Moon and Lizard from Mexico
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    The sun and the moon gaze down upon a bizarre scene in this oil painting with a host of humanoid creatures gathered around a colorful table on a beach. Below them a strange reptile hides beneath the earth its tail sticking out like a large tree. Working in the surrealist style Mexico's Madero presents the inner visions of his mind. For the artist this painting represents a marriage of the natural elements expressing his hope that humans can learn to live in harmony with nature. Titled Banquete nupcial in Spanish.
  • NOVICA Surrealist Painting of a Cat with a Door from Mexico
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    NOVICA Surrealist Painting of a Cat with a Door from Mexico
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    Mexican artist Madero recalls his early childhood memories recounting a giant cat with a door built in that he would imagine as his own secret hiding place. He draws inspiration from his early imagination painting this enigmatic and striking surrealist painting. The cat is depicted with oil on canvas next to a giant rock wearing a striped tie. Titled Escondite in Spanish.
  • NOVICA Diego Rivera Painting Mexican Heart Wall Sculpture
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    NOVICA Diego Rivera Painting Mexican Heart Wall Sculpture
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    J. Blas crafts an fanciful iron wall sculpture shaped like a heart with wings. In the center images from a painting by Diego Rivera depict a flower seller. A renowned Mexican muralist Rivera and his wife Frida Kahlo were leaders in Mexico's artistic and intellectual world during the first half of the 20th century.
  • NOVICA Surrealist Painting of Tree Sun and Animals from Mexico
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    NOVICA Surrealist Painting of Tree Sun and Animals from Mexico
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    In this oil painting from Mexico artist Madero presents the inner visions of his mind. A humanoid figure kneels before a colorful tree accompanied by a cat and a bull. The sun provides light in the distance against a crystalline sky. This surrealist painting represents an inner retreat or personal Eden that the artist often returns to in order to find inspiration. Titled Mi Eden personal in Spanish.
  • NOVICA Mexico Folk Art Theme Signed Limited Edition Etching
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    NOVICA Mexico Folk Art Theme Signed Limited Edition Etching
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    The tall silhouette of an agave plant graces the card marked as number 11 in Marina Pallares' original interpretation of the Mexican loteria. In pre-Hispanic Mexico the agave was regarded as a deity who gave her people that precious and once sacred drink the tequila. Mexico's loteria game is a unique version of the classic bingo featuring traditional Mexican images. The loteria made its appearance in the second half of the 18th century and it is still a favorite at schools fairs carnivals and festivals. I grew up in Jalisco known for the production of tequila from agave plants and as a child I used to play loteria all the time. These two facts inspired me to create the 'Tequila Lotto' series confides Pallares who credits the influence of Leopoldo Mendez and Jose Guadalupe Posada in her work. She masters aquafortis and aquatint etching techniques to create this eloquent composition. Titled Loteria tequilera in Spanish
  • NOVICA Original Large Oil on Canvas Signed Painting Madero Mexico
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    NOVICA Original Large Oil on Canvas Signed Painting Madero Mexico
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    A dog gazes at the viewer while fantastical creatures meet and greet in a surreal setting. My childhood dreams inspire me Madero confides. Here I show the joy of living and the harmony that exists in forests jungles and all natural habitats. The painting forms part of the series Secrets of the Jungle. Titled Arbol familiar in Spanish.
  • NOVICA Mexico Original Abstract Watercolor Painting
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    NOVICA Mexico Original Abstract Watercolor Painting
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    Although flowing in similar shapes vibrant colors contrast boldly with one another. Myriad shades of blue and turquoise meet and mingle with palest violet crimson teal and yellow. A master of watercolor art Ana Rosa Navarro leaves her customary realist style to explore the world of abstract art. Titled Abstracto en turqueza in Spanish.
  • NOVICA Folk Art Signed Etching Mexico Fine Art
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    NOVICA Folk Art Signed Etching Mexico Fine Art
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    Standing tall under the desert sun cacti pine for the bottle of tequila in card 39 of Marina Pallares' exclusive interpretation of Mexico's loteria. It is a unique version of the classic bingo game featuring traditional images. The loteria made its appearance in the second half of the 18th century and it is still a favorite at schools fairs carnivals and festivals. I grew up in Jalisco known for the production of tequila from agave plants and as a child I used to play loteria all the time. These two facts inspired me to create the 'Tequila Lotto' series confides Pallares who credits the influence of Leopoldo Mendez and Jose Guadalupe Posada in her work. She masters aquafortis and aquatint etching techniques to create this eloquent composition. Titled El cacto in Spanish
  • NOVICA Collectible Mexican Steel Wall Art
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    NOVICA Collectible Mexican Steel Wall Art
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    Depicted in silhouette a majestic tree comes to life as a wall sculpture. It recalls the famous tule tree in Santa Maria del Tule Oaxaca. The venerable ahuehuete cypress is one of the oldest living trees in the world. Alejandro de Esesarte works in steel cutting shaping and painting it by hand. Because each piece is individually hand-crafted and painted size and color could vary slightly.
  • NOVICA Multicolor Hand Painted Spiral Wall Art Paper from Mexico
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    Featuring handwoven areas with open spaces this composition is inspired and original. The technique has been passed down through generations of Mexico's Otomi people and carried on by Edgar Trejo. He works with vegetable dye on handmade amate or tree bark paper which takes several days to procure through a complex process. Amate was a sacred material for the Aztec and Mayan peoples historically used to write down and chronicle important events and trade even serving as the bridge between the mortal and the spiritual worlds during religious ceremonies. According to Otomi traditions the bark used to produce amate can only be extracted from a tree during certain parts of the lunar cycle indicating the high level of respect held toward nature. With a freehand geometric floral design this folk art painting is full of history. A spiral shape twirls in the center.
  • NOVICA Mexico Folk Art Theme Signed Black and White Painting
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    Getting a whiff of tequila a cat sits too mischievously close to an open bottle in card number 10 of Marina Pallares' exclusive interpretation of Mexico's loteria. It is a unique version of the classic bingo game featuring traditional images. The loteria made its appearance in the second half of the 18th century and it is still a favorite at schools fairs carnivals and festivals. I grew up in Jalisco known for the production of tequila from agave plants and as a child I used to play loteria all the time. These two facts inspired me to create the 'Tequila Lotto' series confides Pallares who credits the influence of Leopoldo Mendez and Jose Guadalupe Posada in her work. She masters aquafortis and aquatint etching techniques to create this eloquent composition. Titled El gato in Spanish
  • NOVICA Surrealist Etched Print of a Man and Sea Life from Mexico
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    NOVICA Surrealist Etched Print of a Man and Sea Life from Mexico
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    A curious man rides atop a bicycle in black and white with a fantastical medley of sea life flowing from his beard and hair. Marina Pallares is a lifetime artist from Mexico who hopes to move the viewer through her original style. She achieves this surrealist etched print painting on textured Liberon paper. Titled Creando los oceanos in Spanish.
  • NOVICA Floral Triptych Painting Signed Mexican Fine Art
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    NOVICA Floral Triptych Painting Signed Mexican Fine Art
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    For Mexican artist Mariana Gonzalez muralist Diego Rivera had a strong influence on her work. Yet she demonstrates her own style with this colorful triptych. Brilliant tulips bloom realistically on emerald stems. Titled Tulipanes in Spanish.
  • NOVICA Heart in Hand Path of Life Painting in Black and White
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    NOVICA Heart in Hand Path of Life Painting in Black and White
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    Left hand up as if in a palm reading Fernando Niragob speaks traces the path of life. This title 'On the Way' represents guidance and continuation in the process of life with its starting point being the heart here at the center of the palm explains the Mexican artist. Perdoname (Forgive me) Gracias (Thank you) and Te amo (I love you) are written among the dispersed letters. Niragob paints the inspired composition with black ink over Fabriano paper. Titled En camino in Spanish.
  • NOVICA Framed Monotype Print Mexico Fine Art
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    NOVICA Framed Monotype Print Mexico Fine Art
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    At first I thought of naming this monotype print 'Hallucinogenic ' says artist Paula Balderas. It was inspired by nature and conceived in the imagination. This is the result of an innocent game of rapid lines that when united with color resulted in spaces that took the place of forms. Thus the initial lines stand out. Between colors and forms there is a nebulous ambience as though at times we fix the gaze on one point yet our mind is occupied with another. Titled Alucinaciones in Spanish the print is framed in pinewood.
  • NOVICA Half Voice alf Eyes Mexico Fine Art Surreal Painting
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    NOVICA Half Voice alf Eyes Mexico Fine Art Surreal Painting
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    Back to back a woman with no mouth leans against a man with no eyes. Colorful squares give the realistic images a pixelated effect casting doubt upon their authenticity. I describe the equilibrium sought by this couple says Mexican artist Fernando Niragob. Their longing for balance. Titled Semi voz semi ojos in Spanish.
  • NOVICA Floral Black and White Modern Painting
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    NOVICA Floral Black and White Modern Painting
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    Floating in mid-air white tulips serenade the night sky in this painting by Ana Rubi Panduro. This composition is about the sense of tranquility and purity that flowers exude at night says the Mexican artist of this acrylic on canvas. Titled Noche in Spanish.
  • NOVICA Fair Trade Painting Mexican Fine Art
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    NOVICA Fair Trade Painting Mexican Fine Art
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    Looming like a grand protector a volcano guards a town and surrounding fields of agave in card number 25 of Marina Pallares' exclusive interpretation of Mexico's loteria. It is a unique version of the classic bingo game featuring traditional images. The loteria made its appearance in the second half of the 18th century and it is still a favorite at schools fairs carnivals and festivals. I grew up in Jalisco known for the production of tequila from agave plants and as a child I used to play loteria all the time. These two facts inspired me to create the 'Tequila Lotto' series confides Pallares who credits the influence of Leopoldo Mendez and Jose Guadalupe Posada in her work. She masters aquafortis and aquatint etching techniques to create this eloquent composition. Titled El volcan in Spanish
  • NOVICA Octopus and Sea Turtle Watercolor painting Mexico Fine Art
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    Gleaming fish watch as a turtle and octopus glide silently through an underwater world. Azucena Barrios conjures a work of beautiful depth and color. The name of this painting represents a balance among the species that inhabit the same world she says. I want to express my own empathy and admiration for all kinds of life and their synthesis of forms. Titled Convivencia marina in Spanish.
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    Edgar Trejo carries on the traditions of Mexico's Otomi people with this original composition. The painting is created with vegetable dye on handmade amate or tree bark paper which takes several days to procure through a complex process. Amate was a sacred material for Aztec and Mayan peoples historically used to write down and chronicle important events and trade even serving as the bridge between the mortal and the spiritual worlds during religious ceremonies. According to Otomi traditions the bark used to produce amate can only be extracted from a tree during certain parts of the lunar cycle indicating the high level of respect held toward nature. Featuring a hand-painted geometric floral design with spirals this folk art painting is vibrant and full of character. The center and outer regions of the painting have a handwoven pattern with open spaces resulting in a characteristic and impressive piece.
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    A melancholy mermaid sits on the beach as she prepares a feast. Haloed in sunshine the fisherwoman carries octopi in her arms and others are roasting over an open fire. Finding food cooking and eating are daily aspects of our culture artist Indira Castellon explains. Titled Pulpos asados in Spanish.
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    'Vortex' is the symbolic representation of the synchronicity between the material and the immaterial. In the background eagles represent the cosmos and that which is immortal. The woman represents a life integrated with the sky says Fernando Niragob as he shares the symbolism within his composition which he describes as belonging to the Magical Realism style. A heart at the center of a whirlwind or vortex is shaped by the clouds and the falcon represents achieving the goal of synchronizing the immaterial with the material. After preparing the canvas with gesso Niragob proceeds to paint this inspired composition with oils with a blue grey and black palette of colors.
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    A Mexican mermaid surfaces from the depths of Marina Pallares' imagination and reveals her presence on this captivating limited edition etched print. Starfish and seahorses are tangled within her hair while myriad sea creatures cover her body. The detailed artistry of the composition attests to Pallares' mastery and expertise. Titled Suenos de sal in Spanish.
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    Passed down through generations of Mexico's Otomi people this is a style of art that is inspired original and beautiful. Edgar Trejo carries on the traditions of his village with this design which is painted with vegetable dyes on handmade amate or tree bark paper which takes several days to procure through a complex process. Amate was a sacred material for Maya and Aztec peoples historically used to write down and chronicle important events and trade even serving as the bridge between the mortal and the spiritual worlds during religious ceremonies. According to Otomi traditions the bark used to produce amate can only be extracted from a tree during certain parts of the lunar cycle indicating the high level of respect held toward nature. Featuring a hand-painted multicolored geometric floral design this piece of wall art is full of history. The center and outer regions of the painting have a handwoven pattern with open spaces resulting in a truly stunning and impressive piece.
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    For Mexican artist Mariana Gonzalez muralist Diego Rivera had a strong influence on her work. Yet she demonstrates her own style with this colorful triptych. Brilliant tulips bloom realistically on emerald stems. Titled Azul in Spanish.
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    A loaf of bread appears in chiaroscuro its rustic textures sensuous and inviting. Walnuts and hazelnuts rest beside the loaf in a beautiful still life by Pina Martinez. The bread is a symbol of spiritual food she explains. The Mexican artist presents her painting in a pinewood frame. Titled El pan nuestro in Spanish.
  • NOVICA Mexico Fine Art Abstract Painting
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    Maria Deras depicts a single eye up close and personal. Inviting conjecture of what her subject is seeing she focuses on the pupil. This ink drawing was done in the train from Barcelona toward a small town where I'd meet a pop band to sing the artist recalls. It forms part of her series Terraerotica (Erotic Earth). Titled Terraerotica V Pupila in Spanish it is framed in pinewood.
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    Her face framed by her traditional rebozo a woman from the Purepecha community poses with a bouquet of nochebuenas (poinsettias). She has just bought them at the local market along with some fruit. Detailed with admirable precision this vivid crayon and pencil portrait is the work of talented Mexican artist Angel del Palacio. Titled Senora con flores de nochebuena in Spanish Arrives with a protective acetate removable cover.
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    A strong hand delicately holds a piece of bread for the canary perched on the fingers in an amazing composition that highlights contrasts. Mexico's Marina Pallares shares her beautiful sense of artistry through this black and white etching. Titled Asi es el amor in Spanish.
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    Gliding silently amid purple clouds nude women are caressed by tenuous starlight. Indira Castellon conveys a moment of magic in a world of dreams. She works in oil on canvas. Titled Las deslizadoras in Spanish.
  • NOVICA Abstract Painting (2010)
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    Deep rich violet pale yellow rosy orchid and dark navy blue mingle like jewels. The rich colors flow fluidly across a composition divided into squares and rectangles. This painting reflects the movement of water says Mexican artist Ana Rosa Navarro. With this abstract work I explore a new expression of the technique. Titled Imaginario in Spanish.
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    Village musicians play brass and drums as a pre-Hispanic festival reaches its zenith. Fancifully costumed a dancer leaps and whirls to the throbbing rhythm and plaintive tonalities in the key of G major. This is the euphoria of a very special day in the life of a Mexican village. Traditions are not allowed to die but the faith and beliefs of our forefathers are kept alive Luis Oscar Figueroa Garcia says. The music invokes the energy and connections with the sun the rain and the soul. The Mexican artist combines acrylics metallic paints and paper cutouts applied to a digitally printed photograph on watercolor paper. Titled Sol mayor in Spanish a play on words as the phrase means both G Major and Greater Sun. The collage is framed in pinewood with a mat board passe-partout. It forms part of the artist's Danza Mayor series.
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    High in the air a woman sleeps peacefully in her bed. Crows wheel and cry diving menacingly toward her but she is unaware her body relaxed. In the background the sky is fiery above the dark silhouettes of low mountains. The title of this painting signifies 'the scene of an elevated bed.' The composition itself expresses the woman's perpetual serenity Mexican artist Indira Castellon explains. Titled Cama de andamios in Spanish.
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    Standing majestically in the breeze a young corcel or steed enjoys the cool air as its mane flows gently. The cool hues of the background exude peace and tranquility. Ana Rosa Navarro of Mexico works masterfully with watercolors to paint this stunning profile of a horse that is sure to inspire awe. This animal-inspired painting arrives framed.
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    Elegantly bowing its head a majestic horse strides through the waves. The gentle movement and cool hues of the waves exude peace and calm. Ana Rosa Navarro of Mexico works in watercolors to paint this stunning image that is sure to inspire awe. This painting originally titled Caballo en Mar in Spanish arrives framed.
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    Turquoise blue blends with hues of yellow and vibrant red alongside dark shadows of blue and bright highlights of white. Using the technique of encaustic painting Ana Rosa Navarro of Mexico presents this richly textured painting in vibrant hues that are sure to inspire awe. She presents the artwork ready to hang in an ivory mat and silver-toned frame.
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    Exploring the boundaries of myth and reality faith and folklore Luis Oscar Figueroa Garcia depicts a masked dancer in a religious procession. The Mexican artist creates a compelling image that combines acrylics metallic paints and paper cutouts applied to a digitally printed photograph on watercolor paper. This work represents the faith and devotion that permits tradition to triumph he says. The fervor is directed toward the rain gods to ask for better harvests. It is a passion for an ancestral tradition so it will be able to persist over time. Titled Devocion in Spanish the collage is framed in pinewood with a mat board passe-partout. It forms part of the artist's Danza Mayor series.
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    A musician dressed in traditional costume serenades the agave in card number 23 of Marina Pallares' exclusive interpretation of Mexico's loteria. It is a unique version of the classic bingo game featuring traditional images. The loteria made its appearance in the second half of the 18th century and it is still a favorite at schools fairs carnivals and festivals. I grew up in Jalisco known for the production of tequila from agave plants and as a child I used to play loteria all the time. These two facts inspired me to create the 'Tequila Lotto' series confides Pallares who credits the influence of Leopoldo Mendez and Jose Guadalupe Posada in her work. She masters aquafortis and aquatint etching techniques to create this eloquent composition. Titled El musico in Spanish
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    With cherry blossoms for a muse Ana Rubi Panduro paints an inspired composition. My intention is to express beauty through nature confides the Mexican artist. Working with a warm palette of acrylics Panduro paints with detailed artistry. Titled Cereza in Spanish.
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    In solemn procession masked warriors stride purposefully toward their rendezvous with ancient gods in the main plaza. The rites will implore better rainfall for the season's crops a ritual leading toward a glorious destiny where the harvest resurges by way of the rain Luis Oscar Figueroa Garcia says. The Mexican artist combines acrylics metallic paints and paper cutouts applied to a digitally printed photograph on watercolor paper. Titled La cita mayor in Spanish the collage is framed in pinewood with a mat board passe-partout. It forms part of the artist's Danza Mayor series.
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    Seen in silhouette a beautiful young woman centers this composition. It is filled with symbolism. This makes reference to life Mexican artist Fernando Niragob explains. The girl shows an expression of appreciation and is contemplating her future in her search for balance in the Yin and Yang symbol. Eagles arise from her hair; these represent her inner growth. I named it 'Water' because the liquid makes up 80 percent of her body. Water should flow like a river or it will become stagnant. Titled Agua in Spanish.
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    Wearing a top hat and bow tie a white cat smiles at its reflection on the mirror in this charming limited edition print by Marina Pallares. The Mexican artist masters etching techniques to create a composition that captivates with whimsical artistry and detailed finesse. Titled Gato elegante in Spanish.
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    Mexican artist Fernando Niragob evokes the presence of all the women and men who have existed throughout time in this painting from his Arriba ( Above ) series. Eagles seem to take shape around a woman who in this composition personifies Eve. Niragob paints with acrylics to conjure a composition of magical surrealism. I call this composition 'Havel et Hava ' which is my way of referring to Adam and Eve by combining their Latin and Hebrew versions. I did so to distance my composition from religious interpretations explains Niragob.
  • NOVICA Framed Mixed Media Collage from Mexico
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    This is the road to a ritual of faith and a glimpse of a past rich in cultural identity. It is a look at regional traditions to add a personal symbology to this pre-Hispanic fiesta Luis Oscar Figueroa Garcia muses. The Mexican artist depicts masked dancers in acrylics metallic paints and paper cutouts applied to a digitally printed photograph on watercolor paper to depict the pre-Hispanic rites. Titled Vision ancestral in Spanish the collage is framed in pinewood with a mat board passe-partout. It forms part of the artist's Danza Mayor series.
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    Slices of watermelon lie enticingly on a field of agave plants and tequila bottles. They are featured in card number 22 of Marina Pallares' exclusive interpretation of Mexico's loteria. It is a unique version of the classic bingo game featuring traditional images. The loteria made its appearance in the second half of the 18th century and it is still a favorite at schools fairs carnivals and festivals. I grew up in Jalisco known for the production of tequila from agave plants and as a child I used to play loteria all the time. These two facts inspired me to create the 'Tequila Lotto' series confides Pallares who credits the influence of Leopoldo Mendez and Jose Guadalupe Posada in her work. She masters aquafortis and aquatint etching techniques to create this eloquent composition. Titled La sandia in Spanish
  • NOVICA Original Framed Watercolor Portrait of Woman from Mexico
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    A young woman sits gracefully on the floor with a shawl over her head and shoulders. She exudes a feeling of calm as her hands support an earthenware jug. Ana Rosa Navarro of Mexico works in watercolors to paint this stunning portrait. This painting is titled Mujer con rebozo rojo in Spanish which means Woman in a Red Shawl. This portrait comes framed.
  • NOVICA Abstract Mexican Paintings (Set of 4)
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    Soft colors intensify their hue as they pass through each canvas of this quadriptych composition. This painting is meant to suggest the time we should use to reflect on life which all humans should do comments Mexican artist Gabriela Villareal. That's why I accompanied light tones with darker accents. To obtain the admirable effects that distinguish this composition Villareal works with latex paints bronze leaf and tar. The effect is admirable. Titled Reflexion in Spanish.
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    Perched atop a barren tree an angel displays a novos ordo (new order) banner to two black cats playing around the tree. Madero credits Robert Campin the Master of Flemalle for inspiring this oil on canvas. I believe in divinities and the protection of angels and this painting is about the manifestation of a divine or supernatural being with a 'new order' banner symbolizing eternity explains the Mexican artist. Titled Epifania in Spanish.
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    Costumed dancers perform a ritual battle for rain each figure generating an aura of energy. Luis Oscar Figueroa Garcia combines acrylics metallic paints and paper cutouts applied to a digitally printed photograph on watercolor paper to depict the pre-Hispanic rites. Titled Batalla por el cielo in Spanish the collage is framed in pinewood with a mat board passe-partout. It forms part of the artist's Danza Mayor series.
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    Enveloped in vivid color anonymous people in traditional dress represent Mexico's rich pre-Hispanic legacy. Rebozos wrap the women's slim shoulders or are draped across the head against the tropical sun. This is the face of our culture in Mexico says Chapis Fregoso a member of Callinart Artists. This is the penetrating gaze of a person who has roots whose ancestors have transmitted their deepest feelings. Each generation continues with these roots converting them into rites so they never die out. Titled Ritos in Spanish.
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    Ana Rubi Panduro defies convention by painting the upside-down portrait of a woman. She represents a rebellion against an institutional sense of morality without being immoral herself says the Mexican artist. She takes her inspiration from psychoanalytic theory in which Sigmund Freud defined the Super-ego as that structure of the psyche that has to do with social convention right and wrong and coincides with the values and attitudes of the prevailing culture. Titled Super yo in Spanish.
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    There is a sense of mystique in this acrylic on canvas as Ana Rubi Panduro depicts a woman connected through her headphones to another being. This other being can be like her shadow who is always with her sharing everything in her life. In that sense this painting is about finding comfort in one's own company explains the Mexican artist. Titled Quedate un ratito mas in Spanish.
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    This portrait represents the starting point of writing and structural composition of that which is material and which isn't. The woman lying down recognizes in herself the presence of that which is sacred says Fernando Niragob as he explains his inspired composition. An ho'oponopono emerges as a mantra for self-healing and cleansing from within the flower and from within her with the words 'Perdoname (Forgive me) Gracias (Thank you) and Te amo (I love you)' among the dispersed letters. The Mexican artist creates this inspired composition with graphite on Fabriano paper. Titled Blume in German.
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    Deep scarlet petals contrast with waxy white calla lilies in a beautiful triptych by Mariana Gonzalez. Surrounded by foliage in jade and emerald the floral trio flows across three elegant canvases. Titled Alcatraces con tulipan in Spanish.
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    Sitting alone in a traditional cantina (saloon) a man has enjoyed a full bottle of tequila. He is featured in card number 18 of Marina Pallares' exclusive interpretation of the original Drunk Card in Mexico's loteria. It is a unique version of the classic bingo game featuring traditional images. The loteria made its appearance in the second half of the 18th century and it is still a favorite at schools fairs carnivals and festivals. I grew up in Jalisco known for the production of tequila from agave plants and as a child I used to play loteria all the time. These two facts inspired me to create the 'Tequila Lotto' series confides Pallares who credits the influence of Leopoldo Mendez and Jose Guadalupe Posada in her work. She masters aquafortis and aquatint etching techniques to create this eloquent composition. Titled El borracho in Spanish
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    Dancers in colorful headdresses step to the sound of flutes and drums in an ancestral ritual. Above them four intrepid dancers whirl slowly around a pole head downward each representing one of the four cardinal directions. The musician at the top of the pole symbolizes the center of the universe. Working in watercolors Chapis Fregoso - a member of Mexico's Callinart Artists - explores Mexico's pre-Hispanic traditions in Papantla. Titled Tradiciones del alma in Spanish.
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    Standing before a maze of colors a tall male figure seems to study them in silence. Rich textures draw the personage to the foreground as colors flow and meld in rainbow hues. The geometric shapes represent the man's thoughts which create his own reality says Mexican artist Humberto Paniagua. There are moments in life when we have to choose a direction. Based on our experiences we think and these thoughts can create an image of the future. Titled El hombre y sus caminos in Spanish.
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    Holding white feathers up in the air the Huichol shaman from Nayarit heads a gratitude ceremony encouraging people to give thanks for life health and prosperity. Respectful of tradition and eager to share its inherent beauty Mexican artist Angel del Palacio paints a remarkably vivid portrait that is filled with colorful details. Titled El ritual in Spanish Arrives with a protective acetate removable cover.
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    Dressed in the colors of Huichol tradition two women and their children join the procession to the next town. Angel del Palacio captures their presence with an admirable sense of artistry - his attention to detail is remarkable. Painting with crayons and pencil the Mexican artist shares an instant in the lives of this Huichol family. Titled Familia huichol in Spanish Arrives with a protective acetate removable cover.
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    Handwoven areas with open spaces adorn the center and outer ring of this folk art painting created with a time-honored technique passed down through generations of Mexico's Otomi people. Edgar Trejo carries on the traditions of his village with this composition painted with vegetable dye on handmade amate or tree bark paper which takes several days to procure through a complex process. Amate was a sacred material for the Aztec and Mayan peoples historically used to write down and chronicle important events and trade even serving as the bridge between the mortal and the spiritual worlds during religious ceremonies. According to Otomi traditions the bark used to produce amate can only be extracted from a tree during certain parts of the lunar cycle indicating the high level of respect held toward nature. Hand-painted this work of art features a circular multicolored motif.
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    Life's intense contradictions inspire the art of Graciela and Eduardo who sign their work under the Lavilla name. This painting symbolizes open spaces like the cosmos. It brings to mind the mysterious history of the universe explain the talented artists. It's about observing that the cosmos hosts an infinite number of bodies and shapes without giving one more importance over the other. The artists execute this composition with latex paints bronce leaf and tar on a single canvas. The blackened mat is painted over the same canvas. Titled Densidad clara in Spanish.
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    Leal Barcelo evokes ancient codices painted by hand by native peoples in Mexico. Working in acrylic on canvas he adds applications of silver leaf. The terracotta palette suggests the ancient nature of his subject - a catalogue of tribute. Barcelo is a member of Callinart Artists. Titled Sesenta bolsas de cacao in Spanish.
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    Removed from the context of its natural habitat a fish takes to the sky. It finds itself surrounded by objects that complete the composition Pina Martinez says. The creature stares as though astonished at toy animals a doll's house balloons a chair and an origami elephant. Working in tempera the Mexican artist explores the universe in a world devoid of logic. She presents her painting in a pinewood frame. Titled El coleccionista de objetos in Spanish.
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    A table and chairs sit aloft on scaffolding and three women dine there. They have come together in the sky where they enjoy one another's camaraderie in the heights artist Indira Castellon explains. Cool blues contrast with bare white and rose complexions in an enigmatic composition. Titled Comedor de andamios in Spanish.
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    Two hands shape a burning heart protecting a bottle of tequila considered by many a national treasure. It is featured in card number 21 of Marina Pallares' exclusive interpretation of Mexico's loteria. It is a unique version of the classic bingo game featuring traditional images. The loteria made its appearance in the second half of the 18th century and it is still a favorite at schools fairs carnivals and festivals. I grew up in Jalisco known for the production of tequila from agave plants and as a child I used to play loteria all the time. These two facts inspired me to create the 'Tequila Lotto' series confides Pallares who credits the influence of Leopoldo Mendez and Jose Guadalupe Posada in her work. She masters aquafortis and aquatint etching techniques to create this eloquent composition. Titled El corazon in Spanish
  • NOVICA Spiritual Theme Oil Painting from Mexico in Surreal Style
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    A bearded face hovers disembodied in the blue desert sky. Surrounded by a verdant aura the personage represents God. Colorful spheres seem too dance in the air while anthropomorphic creatures and mysterious plants exist in harmony below. This is a fiesta in honor of the Creator Madero explains. I want to transmit the need to believe in something greater than ourselves and feel happiness because of this. Artist Tor Lundvall influenced this painting. Titled Fiesta en el desierto in Spanish.
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    Capturing the nostalgia of a Pacific sunset Alejandro de Esesarte translates his concept to this lovely outdoor wall art sculpture. He works in steel to create the images hammering them into low relief and painting them by hand. This image represents a sunset in Sayulita a Nayarit beach town in Mexico the artisan explains. Because each piece is individually hand-crafted and painted size and color could vary slightly.
  • NOVICA Original Watercolor Portrait of a Young Girl from Mexico
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    A young girl sits on a small rock to rest in the middle of her journey. She exudes a sense of calm as she looks out around her taking in the beauty of nature. Ana Rosa Navarro of Mexico works in watercolors to paint this stunning side profile of a young girl surrounded by nature. This painting is titled Descanso en el Camino in Spanish which means Rest on the Way. This portrait arrives framed.
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    Mashiaj ( Messiah in Hebrew) is another spectacular painting from Fernando Niragob's What If series. I believe the Messiah is in each and every one of us regardless of where we situate our beliefs confides the Mexican artist. Our beliefs lead to our ideas the blossoming flowers in this painting these lead to transformations represented by the butterflies which influence our actions symbolized here by the fruits. That's why there are flowers cascading from the woman's cloak surrounding her. They will be transformed into the manifestation of her dreams and thoughts or creativity. In the tradition of magical realism Niragob conjures an inspired fantasy as he paints with oils on canvas.
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    Winged Eye springs from the romantic idea of seeing beyond what is real. Taking the shape of a bird's beak a single eye sprouts voluptuous wings. This ink drawing was done on the train from Barcelona toward a small town where I'd meet a pop band to sing says artist Maria Deras. It forms part of her series Terraerotica (Erotic Earth). Titled Terraerotica VI ojo alado in Spanish it is framed in pinewood.
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    An erupting volcano a Ferris wheel and a heart that instinctively beats form part of this dynamic allegory by Lavilla. The dynamic composition exudes Eduardo and Graciela's talents as they combine their styles with artistic freedom. Titled Alegorias del corazon in Spanish.
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    Two agave plants line the entrance to the Colonial church in card 33 of Marina Pallares' exclusive interpretation of Mexico's loteria. It is a unique version of the classic bingo game featuring traditional images. The loteria made its appearance in the second half of the 18th century and it is still a favorite at schools fairs carnivals and festivals. I grew up in Jalisco known for the production of tequila from agave plants and as a child I used to play loteria all the time. These two facts inspired me to create the 'Tequila Lotto' series confides Pallares who credits the influence of Leopoldo Mendez and Jose Guadalupe Posada in her work. She masters aquafortis and aquatint etching techniques to create this eloquent composition. Titled El templo in Spanish
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    Seen in silhouette birds take flight soaring through the sky on powerful wings. A woman watches them gazing intently at their every motion. This is magic realism says Mexican artist Fernando Niragob. The woman surrounded by eagles makes allusion to the self-realization each one of us can achieve.
  • NOVICA Signed Crayon and Pencil Painting of Young Yucatan Dancer
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    Proud of her heritage a girl from the state of Yucatan performs a traditional dance with singular enjoyment. She is wearing the white huipil dress embroidered with pink flowers and she masterfully incorporates her rebozo into the choreography. Mexican artist Angel del Palacio captures her happy innocence as he paints with crayons and pencil with detailed realism. Titled Pequena bailarina in Spanish Arrives with a protective acetate removable cover.
  • NOVICA Abstract Painting (2008)
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    Beams of light streak across a colorful canvas of dappled textures. Dancing figures move joyously in the center of this enchanting composition. Interpreting a poem Andrea elicits images of ephemeral beauty. You awaken with kisses on the sand of a dream inspiration depicted in the heart of the soul writes Mexican poetess Alma Cervantes in On the Sand of a Dream. Titled En sueno sobre la arena in Spanish.
  • NOVICA Framed Insect Theme Drypoint Intaglio Print from Mexico
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    Enjoying the quiet night by the light of a full moon bugs whisper of their love for one another. Pina Martinez creates this whimsical portrait in drypoint intaglio detailing the wings in such a way that they suggest a tuxedo with tails. The Mexican artist presents the signed numbered print in a pinewood frame with a mat board passe-partout. Titled Enamorados in Spanish.
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    Marina Pallares exalts Mexican customs in her original Tequila Lotto series inspired by the classic loteria game or bingo. Card 20 features a sombrero a guitar a trumpet a bottle of tequila and the traditional sarape. The loteria made its appearance in the second half of the 18th century and it is still a favorite at schools fairs carnivals and festivals. I grew up in Jalisco known for the production of tequila from agave plants and as a child I used to play loteria all the time. These two facts inspired me to create the 'Tequila Lotto' series confides Pallares who credits the influence of Leopoldo Mendez and Jose Guadalupe Posada in her work. She masters aquafortis and aquatint etching techniques to create this eloquent composition. Titled El sarape in Spanish
  • NOVICA Mexican Woman Portrait Painting (2011)
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    A woman in traditional dress kneels on the stone steps of an ancient church in Mexico. Ribbons adorn her long braided hair and embroidery covers her crimson blouse. A member of Callinart Artists Laura Madrigal works in lucid oils to paint this intriguing portrait. Titled Indigena in Spanish.
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    Sitting poised and beautiful on an equipal leather chair a woman enjoys the fresh air. The arcs of the hacienda are adorned with agave plants in card number 3 of Marina Pallares' exclusive interpretation of Mexico's loteria. It is a unique version of the classic bingo game featuring traditional images. The loteria made its appearance in the second half of the 18th century and it is still a favorite at schools fairs carnivals and festivals. I grew up in Jalisco known for the production of tequila from agave plants and as a child I used to play loteria all the time. These two facts inspired me to create the 'Tequila Lotto' series confides Pallares who credits the influence of Leopoldo Mendez and Jose Guadalupe Posada in her work. She masters aquafortis and aquatint etching techniques to create this eloquent composition. Titled La dama in Spanish
  • NOVICA Signed Fine Art Painting Collage from Mexico
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    To me this painting is about quietude in motion confides Indira Castellon of her painting. A collage of lulling boats appears dispersed suggesting a surreal sense of movement. Castellon uses oils to paint over the paper cutouts as she combines colors and textures. Titled Barcas in Spanish.
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    Angel del Palacio Macario introduces Macario through his admirable art. The Mexican artist masters gouache crayon and pencil techniques to paint the incredibly realistic portrait of this proud gentleman from the state of Zacatecas. Titled El viejo Macario in Spanish Arrives with a protective acetate removable cover.
  • NOVICA Mexican Village Realist Painting (2005)
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    Capital of Teruel province in Aragon the picturesque town of Teruel inspires artist Mauricio Turu. Venerable homes line cobblestone streets and the legacy of the Moors can be seen everywhere in art and architecture. Turu captures the quiet charm of a beautiful part of Spain in this masterful watercolor. Titled Albarracin Teruel in Spanish it is mounted on a mat board passe-partout.
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    A handsome harlequin entertains all with melodic tunes and funny antics. He represents something I like - good sense of humor and a positive disposition no matter what confides Mexican artist Azucena Barrios. Titled Arlequin in Spanish.
  • NOVICA 18k Gold Leaf Abstract Painting from Mexico (Set of 4, 2005)
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    NOVICA 18k Gold Leaf Abstract Painting from Mexico (Set of 4, 2005)
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    Understanding is the ability to live in the here and now not in the past or the future. This dimension doesn't exist. And only in this way will you be in understanding the comprehension of yourself and your surroundings says Mexican artist Beto Araluce. Go back to yourselves return to your true home. He sends the message with symbols that express the movements of a dance. Araluce works in mixed media on canvas adding texture with sand and resins. He then applies a layer of 18k gold leaf. Titled Danza dorada III comprension in Spanish.
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    The moon. It is constant coming out to bring its light and even in the day it sometimes looks over us says artist Paula Balderas. She captures its magic in this beautiful work. Adding acrylic to her monotype print she creates a unique and beautiful image. Titled Luna en lago in Spanish the print is framed in pinewood.
  • NOVICA Mexican Modern Freestyle Paintings (Triptych)
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    This triptych is all about the world of fashion and models posing on the runway. My intention was to blend graphic design and fashion explains Ana Rubi Panduro. Painting with acrylics in a palette dominated by blue and green hues she outlines the models with a wax pencil. Please note the canvases can be arranged in the desired order.
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