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Route 66 Biker Guy Giclee

  • “Route 66 Biker Guy Giclee” by Stacey Sullivan de Maldonado.
  • This wonderful painting is now available in Giclee 20” W x 16” H.
  • US 66 or Route 66 was one of the original highways in the U.S. Highway System.
  • US 66 was established on November 11, 1926, with road signs being erected until the following year.
  • New Mexico is a great place to ride an Old Harley Davidson!
  • Stacey Sullivan de Maldonado's art is all inspired by the beautiful celebration of "Dia de Los Muertos'" or "Day of the Dead".
  • "Dia de Los Muertos" art is meant to show life and death as one eternal entity.
  • It also encompasses the belief that our souls are eternal.
  • The symbol of the skeleton or skull is used to signify death and rebirth.
  • Instead of fearing death, through these symbols it is celebrated, embraced and considered to be a "moving-on" to a higher level of consciousness.
  • Stacey Sullivan de Maldonado lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
  • This Giclee is just another example of Stacey's marvelous imagination and talent!
  • All of Stacey's Giclee's are numbered & signed.
  • From Made in New Mexico. Ships Next Business Day. Satisfaction Guaranteed.

What is Giclee? Here is our finest Collectors Giclee on Canvas. This Giclee is printed using the finest archival quality vegetable based inks. A Giclee is far higher in quality than any paper print since the printing surface and ink quality is so much finer. If treated correctly, your 'Los Muertos' Giclee will last many lifetimes over in perfect condition! This Giclee also arrives stretched professionally on quality stretcher bars. Viewers will often mistake it for an original, that's how good it looks! This Giclee comes numbered and signed by the artist, so don't wait, order yours today!

Stacey Sullivan de Maldonado - Artist Statement

Through exploring my skeleton within, I have found what propels me to paint.

Schooled in Illustration and Fine Art, my mediums, acrylic paint applied to hand-worked tin, emphasizes artistic characterization, a story, and a quest for meaning. My most prominently used subject matter, being the skull or the skeleton, symbolizes life eternal; a reminder to live life to it’s fullest in the present moment. My bold line work grounds the use of heavy symbolism, while the rhythmic placement of shape and contrast gives my painting a sense of movement, personality, and a quality suggesting life beyond reality, engaging the viewer to step through its portal into a timeless, limitless world.

The vivid color within my paintings has been inspired by living in the enchanted city of Santa Fe, New Mexico, the fantastic light, historical charm, and unique creative style it offers is like no where else in the world. My application of paint to hand-worked tin surfaces, which also becomes the paintings’ outer frames, each created by my husband John Maldonado, expresses my connection to New Mexico culture; a culture that honors tradition, while also embracing the new. My second main influence comes from my travels through South America and our neighboring Mexico, wherein I’ve been exposed to ‘Dia de los Muertos’ or ‘Day of the Dead’, a celebration honoring life in all its stages. Each pilgrimage through these colorful, yet simpler life settings, blesses me with a furthering of my artistic vision: a discovery of the skeleton – who we really are underneath it all.

Each painting allows one more skeleton to rise to the surface… And so I continue to paint, inspired by life and compelled by death.

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