Day of the Dead Skulls

By Melissa Pierce Murray

We started last week by thinking about the framework of the human skeleton, how it provides structure and support to skin and muscles. For this workshop, I combined our study of the skull with ideas borrowed from the Mexican traditions for Dia de Muertos – The Day of the Dead.

See all the resources in this series here: ‘From Bones and Body to Structure and Form’, exploring drawing and sculptural responses to form, forces and anatomy.

One-Eyed Skull


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