I drew this image originally in Taragona in Spain from a superb Miro tapestry in the Museu d'art Modern.
The work was created for and is still owned by the Red Cross. This tapestry was created for a young doctor, Dr. Rafel Orozco, who attended Miro’s only daughter on New Year's Eve 1966 when she was hit by a train. Miro paid for the treatment with a painting for the Red Cross Hospital of Tarragona, and commissioned a local artist (Josep Royo) to weave it as a tapestry.
I've taken a few liberties with it, of course, but his work still shines through!
This work is drawn in Bronze, cast in glass, stained, and painted. It's mounted on canvas, and is ready to hang.
Glass, Bronze, acrylic, inks, canvas