The last 18-plus months have been extremely busy for me. I’m grateful for all of the commission work. Fortunately, I’ve been able to squeeze a few of my own, related creations into that time.
I’ve lived in Arizona for the last 34 years, and during that time, I’ve been taken by many traditions of nearby Mexico, especially the annual Dia de los Muertos celebration. Some of the folks who’ve seen my latest works, which are related to Dia de los Muertos, have said that the tradition seems morbid to them, while others–like me–understand its significance.
Only 100 bottles of Clase Azul Ultra are made each year, and only 50 make their way to the United States.
A shot of Clase Azul Ultra costs $250 in the bars that offer it.
The ceramic bottle is hand painted and decorated with gold, platinum, and silver.
I can’t describe how delicious Clase Azul Ultra is! I’ve tasted nothing that even comes close. I’m so sad it’s gone, but the bottle will serve as a reminder of this precious gift from my daughter and her significant other forever.
I chose to keep this painting as simple as possible to keep the focus where it should be. What a presentation!
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