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Mors Greeting Card featuring the painting Mors Santi by Ricardo Chavez-Mendez

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Mors Santi Greeting Card




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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

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1 - 2 business days

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Charlotte, NC

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Fantastic artwork, Ricardo! L&F

Thank you for your comments, Ramon! Please excuse the delay in response, I'm finding comments I've missed.

Memento mori.. V

Remember death? Thank you for your vote...

Artist's Description

The Grim Reaper, La Muerte, La Huesuda (the bone lady known by rural Mexico), Mors Santi as renamed by artist Ricardo Chavez-Mendez, has been portrayed as something to be feared. But Ricardo portrays her as standing in a doorway as a lady in waiting, waiting for you to tell her when you are ready to leave this realm. We should have no fear for she comes to deliver us to our maker, peacefully. Most images of Mors Santi have her holding a scythe and a globe symbolizing that life itself is held in her hands, for the scythe cuts the silver thread between this realm and the next but Ricardo places the sun in her hand and her other hand playing with the earth. Sun to the artist symbolizes energy and so when she takes life from the earth she is in essence taking our energy and giving it back to the universe. Other images have her holding an hourglass symbolizing death as not final but merely a transition to another existence, like flipping over an hourglass basically starting time over. Rica...

About Ricardo Chavez-Mendez

Ricardo Chavez-Mendez

We call it our End of Winter Discount! Please use YPXFSV code at checkout to get 25% off of 2 or more art pieces until March 31, 2017! THE MASTER OF CURVISMO™ BIOGRAPHY Born in Torréon, Coahuila, Mexico, self-taught artist, Ricardo Chávez-Méndez has earned the nickname, 'Dali of the Desert,' by Airbrush Action Magazine. Currently he is introducing the style 'Curvismo™' or curvism by way of teaching and gaining a following into the movement. Co-owner of ORO Fine Art Gallery where he teaches and sells his work. For a complete biography and artist statement please visit Also, please visit ORO Gallery on FAA site.

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