$150.00 USD – $16,500.00 USD
This painting represents a sweet fifteen’s celebration that is practiced in most Latin cultures. It symbolizes when a young girl enters womanhood, a pivotal point in a young woman’s life for our culture. It represents a sense of transition where the young girl is left behind and the woman emerges to begin her new journey. As well as representing a part of our culture, La Musa is also fashioned after one of Havana’s last carnivals reigning beauty queens. Her name is Eresa Eijo but is also affectionately known as “La Musa”. This is also in homage to her and what she represented to our culture in her early youth. In this painting she had also become my muse for its inspiration. Note that her choker is inscribed with the number “5” which was her number at the Havana Carnival.
For Fine Art Limited Edition Giclée prints:
-Edition size: 100
-Each giclée is hand-signed and numbered by the artist and is accompanied by a signed and sealed Certificate of Authenticity, ensuring that only the highest quality materials have been used.
-The indicated price is for an unframed giclée, either rolled, or stretched and ready-to-frame.
Acrylic on Canvas, Limited Edition Giclée on Canvas
72" x 48", 24" x 16", 18" x 12", 12" x 8"