Description Two Senoritas was created to honor the Mexican Holiday 'Dia De Los Muertos' or 'Day Of The Dead'. These two ladies are a symbol of love between mother and daughter or two friends. the older figure is on the left and the owl tattoo on her arm which is a colorful full sleeve signifies wisdom. The sugar skull on her back is one of the traditions of this colorful holiday. The figure to the right is a younger woman who is inked with a flying Cardinal and a Skeleton Cat surrounded by a sun and a moon with a smoking sugar skull on the bottom of her sleeve. The details are made by hand with small dots and are placed on the canvas for a 3D effect. This is an original painting with texture and vivid acrylic color reproduced into open edition prints and greeting cards. Created in 2012
Laura Barbosa, New Jersey Member Since August 2007 Artist Statement Artist Laura Barbosa is a full time Painter living solely off her work and is Collected on an International Level. She has been Published in Hair’s How Magazine, NY ARTS Magazine, The Hollywood Reporter, Forbes & more. Her Public Collections are on permanent public display in Toms River, NJ at the Community Medical Center. Laura’s Artwork has been Featured on HGTV‘s Interior Design Show: Battle on the Block. Her Art is Collected in The United States, Australia, Spain, The United Kingdom, and Canada.