When Sean Wells is a Featured Artist in your store, it’s like getting two fabulous artists at the same time. Her beautiful Santos paintings and retablos are featured each year at the Traditional Hispanic Market in Santa Fe, La Conquistadora is my personal favorite.
It’s impossible for most people to choose just one, I dare you to try, it’s easier just to start a collection. It’s a joy to work with her customers and help them layout out an entire collection of Sean’s art for a room or hallway.
Sean’s art is in constant motion, from paintings, prints, giclees (love), t-shirts, wood spoons, postcards, notecards, beer and wine bottle labels, laser-cut wood ornaments, and now jewelry. With such a wide array of art to choose from, her catalog makes it possible for any collector to add new pieces in several mediums each year.
I was humbled when she offered to design a label for my Los Muertos candle, and by doing so she became my first collaboration with a local artist.
Sean’s Dia de Los Muertos paintings are in a league of their own. The sheer volume of prints and paintings to choose from is vast and covers so many snippets of life, there is something for everyone to choose from.
Los Muertos is about honoring the dead, for me, Sean’s art is a joyous celebration of how they lived.
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