Artist's description:

This is a painting I created for an art festival in St. Louis, Let Them Eat Art for July 13, 2018. This artwork ties into the "Stars Are Aligned - 13th Annual On Friday The 13th" theme by the mysterious and magical portrait of Frida Kahlo with her Ravens. She has antlers, barbed wire, arrows and is bleeding to symbolize her pain and suffering. She painted a portrait of herself in 1946 as a wounded deer. The ghostly haloed figure behind her is her spirit and peaceful self. The ravens are protective sentinels and give testimony to her hope for love and beauty in the world. The waterfalls and water signify healing and the green moss, butterflies and flowers, hope for a better future. There is other symbolism going on in this piece. The painting is on gallery wrapped canvas and painted on all four sides. This means the artwork continues on the sides and is part of the painting.
I hope the viewers feel strength and courage when they view this portrait of Frida and have more respect for her, women, animals and nature.

Materials used:

acrylic paint, The painting is on gallery wrapped canvas and painted on all four sides. This means the artwork continues on the sides and is part of the painting.

Frida Kahlo With Ravens (2018)

$650

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This artwork is sold by Genevieve Esson from United States

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