Did you know that paper mache is one of the oldest surviving art forms around? The technique dates back as far as Ancient Egypt and is still quite popular today. Incorporating paper mache into your interior design is an inspiring way to add bright color and soft lines to your decor.
Our new Day of the Dead figures are created by two studios who possess highly-skilled artisans. Each studio specializes in a stylistic representation of the celebrated afterlife. Every Day of the Dead figurine is hand-formed and hand-painted, giving you an original, eye-catching art piece perfect to display in your home throughout the year.
Senor Roberto Garcia has been specializing in paper mache figures since 2004 and has developed a following for his fun and whimsical characters. We are very happy to welcome him to the La Fuente family of artisans. After hand-forming each figure, Sr. Garcia painstakingly hand-paints each with bright colors and creative patterns. Sr. Garcia's detail work is superb and his finished artwork will add a festive touch to your home for generations to come.
Paper mache studio, Mundo Pequeno, creates art which is perfect for decorating your tropical-inspired home with. The studio strives to create richly colored, vibrant and unique artwork of superior quality. Mundo Pequeno's tropical birds, fish, and sun/moon home accents will cheer up even the darkest spaces of your home. Paper mache art is not only perfect for decorating your home with; it's also a stunning birthday, anniversary or wedding gift for those that love vibrancy in their lives. If you're drawn to art which is both unique and one-of-a-kind then we encourage you to view our entire selection of paper mache art today.
Chandeliers Add Interest and Style to Informal SpacesWednesday May 25, 2016
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