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Marie Marfia, Madame X-Ray, soft pastel on sanded paper, 12x6"

Madame X-Ray has a new home

happy couple holding Madame X-Ray and some prints
Stephanie and James with Madame X-Ray and prints from my show at The Red Sable, October 2015.

Madame X-Ray has a new home! Congratulations, Stephanie and James, on your newest acquisition to your skeleton art collection! It makes me happy that you loved Madame X-Ray so much that you just had to take her home with you! May she bring you joy.

I enjoyed talking with them about skeleton art and I’m excited about making plans for next year’s Day of the Dead Festival in St. Augustine, Florida. It’s gonna be great! Stephanie and James, hope to see you there!

Pastel painting of a skeleton posing in a formal gown
Madame X-Ray by Marie Marfia. Sold. See alternative purchasing options below.

For Madame X-Ray fans, please note. You can purchase a version printed on practically anything in my Fine Art America shop. Enjoy!


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You can buy my art imprinted on all kinds of cool stuff in my Fine Art America Shop. You can purchase my original art on Daily Paint Works or in my Etsy shop.

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My new postcards are here!

Postcards to give away and mail out.

Now I just have to give them all away!

Seriously. I have to give them all away. Are you on my mailing list? If you’re not, you can be. Send me an email (marie@mariemarfia.com) and I’ll mail you one of these postcards for my show at The Red Sable in October. It’s going to be awesome. I picked them up today at the printer’s and walked around a little bit on St. George Street in St. Augustine, dropping them off here and there. This weekend I will do more of the same. And mail out the rest.

Next week I’m going to hang my paintings all over the store, which means that this weekend I’m going to be busy putting all my art into frames. I’m getting excited about the big Day of the Dead party on October 30. That’s going to be way cool, too. Wonder if there will be a face painter there? It’d be neat to have my face painted like a skull.

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