SUGAR SKULL II!
These thoughts are a continuation of my previous reflection pertaining to the sadness I felt within the discovery of history, and also the excitement. I take sometime to flesh the sadness to surface, and give importance to this, and also offer hope, so that within the discovery of history, there is still time to learn, conserve, create and re-create a present and a future.
Sugar Skulls are utilized often for the purposes of celebration and commemoration during the Day of the Dead / Dia De Los Muertos. They were also symbolic of traditions and customs during the pre-Columbian era as a representation of re-birth, as well as for the Roman Catholic faith of All Souls Day. These images areContinue reading “SUGAR SKULL!”
These thoughts are a continuation from the journey of study of American History. Within these thoughts I offer a reflective tone, that encompasses a sadness of history tied to the Spanish Explorations, and development of settlements that is deeply entrenched within America present day, but feels somewhat on the brink of being diminished, especially through the development of present day politics.