Tonala-style cat #7. Acrylic on paper. 7″ x 7″.
Alley Artifacts #6. Watercolor on paper. 6.5″x10″. All of these images come from things I see while walking through older Denver neighborhoods. Some like the “Eat In Take Out” sign are from places that no longer exist. I like painting these pictures of a grittier, less gentrified Denver.
Tonala-style dog, “Rudo.” Acrylic on paper. 8.5″ x 8″. He’s a little fierce-looking thus the name, “Rudo” (Badass).
Tonala-style hedgehog, Acrylic on paper. 8.5″ x 6.5″. Hedgehogs are so endearing and I painted one in the style of Tonala, Mexico.
Watercolor on paper. 5″x9″ (13 cm x 23 cm). All of these images are of things I find while walking through my neighborhood.
Tonala-style dog, “Arturo.” Acrylic on paper. 7″ x 7″ (17cm x 17cm). I used to own a plaster statue of the RCA “His Master’s Voice” Jack Russell Terrier. Arturo’s profile is copied from this statue and decorated with traditional Tonala patterns.
This little piggy has pesos! Acrylic painting of an Tonala-style piggy bank in a circle of Pesos. 7″x7.”
Four playful fish in the Tonala folk art style. Acrylic on paper. 6.5″ x 12″ (16cm x 30cm).
Tonala-style cat, “Ramona.” Acrylic on paper. 8.5″ x 7.75″. Two birds perch on an Agave plant. Let’s hope Ramona doesn’t see them! Pretty Ramona is available for adoption to a good home. Email email@example.com for pricing and other questions. Related Images: