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2010 Asbtract Mixed Media Air brush, acrylic on 140 lb. prep watercolour paper 24×18″

From Dia del los Muertos Series

Fantasmas (ghosts) I know all about ghosts, When I was a kid we lived in many haunted houses especially in Texas, Louisanna, and Oklahoma in mid west and the south…the south wow remember the south, that I remember. I once lived in a haunted house in the San Joaquin central valley here in California. (see my painting Angel Whispers) Another fun piece from this week, I had forgotten how much fun air brushing was…Is…funny like that lol

Reynaldo

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celebration, death, del, dia, ghosts, los, muertos

As a self-taught working artist, I have always believed that we are all blessed with gifts. It’s up to us to recognize and develop them; to what extent we will use those gifts to benefit others that cross our path.

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  • Matty B. Duran
    Matty B. Duranalmost 4 years ago

    Excellent painting. Brilliant imagination. God Bless you dear Rey!

  • God Bless you dear Matty and appreciate your compliment very much and your visits to my gallery

    – Reynaldo

  • CeriseNoire
    CeriseNoirealmost 4 years ago

    Wonderful Rey! xx

  • thank you very much for the compliment dear :)

    – Reynaldo

  • Anthea  Slade
    Anthea Sladealmost 4 years ago

    Oh this one is fabulous too. So deeply haunting and yes ghostly :). The air brushing technique is perfect for this series. I love how you have created another world feel. So perfect and timely for halloween. Love skulls merging and melting. I am fascinated by your painting and story of living in haunted houses. You are a great story teller and a brilliant painter dear Rey. xxx

  • Aussie girl, thank you much and always appreciate your words and favs…gracias xxx

    – Reynaldo

  • Bunny Clarke
    Bunny Clarkealmost 4 years ago

    A wondrous work of art. Superb.

  • thank you dear

    – Reynaldo

  • Anthea  Slade
    Anthea Sladealmost 4 years ago


    I can see so many faces and skulls emerging from Fantasmas. So mysterious and beautiful. xxx

  • thank you again and for the frame as well dear xxx

    – Reynaldo

  • Erika Tirado
    Erika Tiradoalmost 4 years ago

    Haunted houses! really?
    were you afraid to sleep at night? :D
    I would have been if I had lived in a haunted house ;D

    But besides that, this is really one of your abstract masterpieces. The blues here make the painting so soft and otherworldly – very ghostly indeed, and icy cold too, like ghost-breath. I think this is one of my favorite of yours.

  • you know when I was a kid I wasn’t afraid…of the ghosts as my Grandmama would tell me the dead can;t hurt you.. I was afraid of the UFOs that would appear from time to time. When I lived in haunted house alone as adult…I was too tired to be afraid…I would come home and fall asleep…But no one would stay over night or come over at night to that house. Thank you for complinment dear

    – Reynaldo

  • catherine walker
    catherine walkeralmost 4 years ago

    wonderful..well done rey ..can I see a figure in there..well hidden but still there..
    it’s great to hunt inside a painting!

  • yes you can thank you for visit dear Kat good to hear from you friend :)

    – Reynaldo

  • Heloisa Castro
    Heloisa Castroalmost 4 years ago

    Excellent

  • thank you dear

    – Reynaldo

  • Karirose
    Karirosealmost 4 years ago

    I’ve shared a couple of apartments with what I can only call fantasmas. If they were something else, I have no clue what they were! LOL Quite an interesting image, Rey. The slashes give it that bit of fear that tends to accompany ghosts.

  • Reynaldo
    Reynaldoalmost 4 years ago

    maybe they were shadow poeple…I seen those from time to time…

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