Loteria Card Wall Art | El Nopal #39.

The El Nopal #39 limited edition La Loteria sculpture part of the Devotion Collection. This Zenwaro signature Loteria is a celebration of historic Mexican folklore, the natural beauty found in the desert landscape, and a bit of new-age artisan culture. 

Dimensions | Specifications

10”w x 14”h x 4”depth | 25.5cm x 35.5cm x 7.5cm
*Measurements include Loteria ceramic placard + prickly heart figure.
Weight: 6Lbs | 2.75Kg
*Dimensions & Specs pertain to both Loteria Placard and two metal stems with sculpted ceramic cactus/nopalito figures.

    The sculpted ceramic and metal stems of the cactus securely mount to the Loteria card can be removed and adjusted to display exactly the way you prefer. The large ceramic card / tablet is equipped with a hook to hang securely on the wall.

    This Loteria sculpture includes two metal pins with prickly pear cactus extensions that are sculpted and painted by hand. A dimensional sculpture, this fusion of metal wires and ceramic figures allow the accents to be moved / manipulated. A thought provoking and eye catching work of art and will make a statement in your decor.

    Artisanal Process of Creation 
    Very dense and durable ceramic which is fired in a Kiln that's heated by wood. Display Indoor or outdoor(in covered area).

    The History of La Lotería...
    Spanish for “the lottery”, Lotería is a card game that originated in Italy during the 15th century and was later brought to Mexico in the 1700's. Lotería began in the old country as a hobby for the richer or upper classes of Spanish society, but eventually the card games popularity thrived in Mexico to become a big tradition for all classes of Mexican society. Sometimes referred to as the "Mexican game of chance" Loteria is similar to bingo. Using images on a deck of cards instead of plain numbers on ping pong balls. 

    To learn more about the history of La Lotería, how the artwork of the cards has been cleverly translated on to these sculptures part of the Devotion Collection, and learn about the artist behind their creation we encourage you to click the following link and read our blog article!

    La Lotería, A Game Of Chance Translated Into A Work Of Art



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