It is available on ebay right now with a .99 cent NO RESERVE auction starting bid! Please take a moment to follow the link! This weekend I'll have a lot of other paintings on auction with a no reserve also!
Hope everyone has a great day!! RoMy
Title: "Sleepy Mexican" Hombre
Size: Approx. 7" x 6" (painted on thin TIN ~ hole punched ~ ready to hang)
Hola! Muchos Gracias for stopping by my Terlingua Art Studio near Terlingua Ghost Town & Big Bend National Park (Texas) along the border of Old Mexico! For your consideration today I am offering this original painting with NO RESERVE:
A whimsical painting of the little hombre ~ the "Sleepy Mexican" ~ leaned up against a desert saquaro ~ Beautiful colours in this artwork ~ turquoise, blue, green, red, gold and orange against a beautiful night-time background with just a sliver of a moon and a scattering of stars. Plenty enough gorgeous colours to go with any color scheme in your casa! (also I have a "Sleepy Mexican" senorita on ebay this week which would make a nice complement to this piece!)
This is a great piece of Southwest ~ Mexican Folk Art for decorating your home ~ or office work place ~ or Mexican Restaurant!! If you haven't yet started a collection of Mexican Folk Art & Retablos what a perfect time to start ~ the investment you make in folk art today will surely increase in value with time!
This painting is an ORIGINAL work of art, brightly painted with acrylics on a piece of thin TIN (tin is a popular "canvas" to paint on in Old Mexico) and this adds much to its charm and folk artsy appeal! Also, this piece, which is approx. 7" x 6", has been finished with a non-yellowing acrylic enamel to protect and enhance its beauty for years to come. There are two holes punched in the top and a copper wire hanger attached so that it can be displayed and immediately enjoyed once you receive it! The front of this painting is signed by the artist and the back is signed, titled, and dated (2009).
This tin looks great by itself ~ or in a collection!
Also, what a wonderful gift idea ~ think Christmas!
ABOUT THE ARTIST
The artist ~ RoMy ~ that's me! I live on the border between Texas and Mexico ~ near the Big Bend National Park ~ a few miles from Terlingua Ghost Town and I love the history and culture of this area ~ a raw, still quite primitive land ~ a desert land where "rainbows wait for rain." The last few photos in this description show my outdoor studio which faces Santa Elena Canyon and the Rio Grande River, the natural border between Old Mexico and Texas ~ and it is from this primitive setting ~ 80 miles from town ~ that I find most of my inspiration for painting. (in the photos Mexico is on the left side of the river and Texas is on the right)
I enjoyed the visit ~ Muchos Gracias! And, please, while you are here take a moment to
View My Other Items For Sale
Presently, I have many paintings at ebay auction in a variety of sizes from small to very large ~ painted on canvas, tin, wood & ceramic tile. Lots of subjects: Saint Francis, St. Therese, San Pascual Bailon (kitchen saint), Virgen de Guadalupe, Don Quixote, Tree of Life, Day of the Dead, Mexican Ex-voto Retablos, Mexico Village scenes, Market Day settings, Sacred Heart Milagros, Saints, Santos, Mission, Church, Cross, Senorita portrait, figures, abstract, animals, chickens, roosters, horses, burro, angels, cactus, desert landscape, mountains, seascape, cowgirls, cowboys and many more! All fabulous pieces to add to your collection of Folk Art!
Also if you are an avid collector of Mexican Folk Art paintings ~ Mexican Exvoto Retablos ~ Latin American Folk Art ~ & Southwest (Southwestern) Artwork please Add me to your Favorite Sellers as I specialize in these areas.
SHIPPING AND PAYMENT
Paypal only, thank you. I ship the next business day USPS Priority Mail following receipt of payment. Your new painting will be packed with the greatest of care! And I am always happy to combine shipping costs for multiple purchases!
I hope you enjoyed your visit to my estudio! And, please, before you leave take a moment to View My About Me page & read my bio! And do stop in again ~ the Welcome Sign is always out for you!