SALE! Start your year with EBSQ for just $6.50/month! Click here for details.

Art of the Day: Monday October 28, 2013

The Inked Bride

- by Alexis Covato

This week's theme: Halloween

It used to be that a day began at sundown. It's this reason many religions holy days, holidays and celebrations begin at sundown. The two that most people are familiar with is Halloween - or All Hallows Eve, and Samhain. Sundown on Thursday is the start of the Christian observance of Hallowmas. Hallowmas begins on All Hallows Eve, followed by All Saints Day and All Souls Day. The Celtic celebration of Samhain also begins at sundown on Thursday. Samhain and Hallowmas both are times to honor the dead. While the dead are still a large part of Halloween, for most of us Halloween has become all about costumes, candy, haunted houses, parties, skeletons, trick or treating, witches on brooms, getting scared silly and simply having a good time.


Art: The Inked Bride by Artist Alexis Covato
"The Inked Bride" is part of LEX's beloved Tattooed Deity Series which depicts spiritual and pop culture icons adorn with tattoos.  The tattoos are symbolic and actual are inspired by the high level of symbolism in Byzantine Icons.
Here the classic horror movie figure "the Bride of Frankenstein" is adorn with tattoos posing in front of bold print!

original for sale

prints are available
www.lexcovato.com  

Comments

By commenting, you agree to our Community Guidelines.



2000-2022 EBSQ, LLC - All rights reserved - Original artists retain all rights
EBSQ Self Representing Artists - is a division of EBSQ, LLC
ladylike-spiral