Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Haunted Humpday ~ Skull

Last Sunday we braved the heat and went to Denio's Farmer Market, and that is where I stumbled upon my newest piece of arte de la cocina. The replica painting is that of Octovio Ocampo named Skull. I also have his "Forever Always" painting of the younger/older couple in my kitchen.

The kicker of all this is that I scored it for $ 5.00. Other booths were selling it for $30.00. The nice couple who sold it to me were very enthusiastic to sell it. I realized at night when all the lights were out why they must have needed to part with such art. Every time I walked into the kitchen the ominous white skull glows off the wall and that is all you see is a floating skull. {Squint a little and you will see} Must of scared the crap out of their little boy. As for my family, well we are fanatical about such things.

Happy Haunted Humpday..... 44 days until Halloween.

Grab your broomstick and head on over to Incipient Wings and devour more Haunted Humpday.


  1. Haha, a floating skull in the kitchen at night :)

  2. I love the idea of artwork in the kitchen - though I probably would go for something botanical ... nothing against skulls, though! :)

  3. this is incredible!
    what a great piece of art and such an amazing price! win win!!
    thank you for sharing!
    Happy Haunted Humpday!!

  4. I love these and this one is perfect for a kitchen! Great bargain, too. Cheers, Sarah



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