Carapan, Mexican Folk Art Gallery.
Small Day of the Dead Catrina Clay Tree of life Mexican Pottery Art
ABOUT THIS MEXICAN CLAY TREE OF LIFE
A day of the dead theme tree of life very well achieved by Mexican artist Martín Diaz, from Metepec. The piece depicts a Catrina as central figure with a skeleton on each side eating a pan de muerto. Pan de muerto is a bread specially made for the day of the dead festivities. A catrina head with an elegant hat is at the bottom. The whole piece is surrounded with flowers and butterflies. The tree of life is beautifully painted in blue & turquoise tones.
Metepec is a town located in central Mexico, worldwide known for the high quality of it´s pottery. To know more about Metepec´s fabulous pottery visit our gallery!
Thank you for your interest in this true piece of art. Please browse trough the pictures and appreciate the detail of this beautiful miniature item. Feel free to ask if you have any question.
|HEIGHT||5.11 in / 13 cm|
|LENGHT||4.7 in / 12 cm|
|WIDTH||1.96 in /5 cm|
|REGION||Estado de Mexico.|
|TECHNIQUE||Hand crafted & hand painted.|
|CARE||Clean with an air duster.|