Sugar Skull by Sue Coccia

Sugar Skull In Mexico, Ancestors who have passed away are represented by clay molded sugar skulls which are painted and decorated, and then the skull is placed on the grave stone to encourage the departed loved one to appear on the Day of the Dead ~ Dia de los Muertos. The skull is meant to be bright and cheerful, being a celebration of the life that once was. See inside the Turtles being met by Dragonfly, while the Frog is rising up. Celebrate and embrace Mother Earth with the Honey Bee and Butterfly, Look for the Ladybug who will bring you good luck and happiness

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  • Item#: NC33
  • Artist: Sue Coccia