Saturday, March 19, 2016

A Sunday with the art of Pamela Joy Trow

Ever since learning about "Day of the Dead", I have  enjoyed its whimsy and its warm and fanciful images another reality.  Though it is a part of the modern celebration of Halloween, All Saints and All Souls Days, it origins are in the Roman holiday of Lemuria which took place in May.

Pamela's  illustration are, a gentle blending of cultures, and I wanted to share them with my readers.  Enjoy!


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 The Visit–La Visita
 




"Happy–Contento"
Sister Sarita Marguerita Day of the Dead Nun
"Bliss–Felicidad"
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 The Masquerade–La Mascarada
 

The Walk–El Paseo

The Quest–La Búsqueda

The Lake–El Lago



The Journey–El Viaje

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wooden xylophone in the woods

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