Congratulations to the new owner of Rene Sepulveda Sculptured Work Titled "Revenge"

Congratulations to the new owner of Rene Sepulveda's creative sculpture titled Revenge. This piece was sold locally and as a commitment to the locals we offer discounts in pricing to local supporters, deeply discounted verses the large galleries of Santa Fe, San Francisco or Palm Springs or online with the larger overhead and issue of shipping expense. If you are interested in Rene Sepulveda selections and are in Southern New Mexico, stop into the 2nd Life Boutique and Fine Arts Gallery at the Roadrunner Emporium and Fine Arts Gallery, 928 New York Avenue, Alamogordo New Mexico. Check out the offers. Congratulations to Bonnie of New Mexico for her purchase of Revenge...

About the Piece:Revenge”

Artist Rene Sepulveda created this one-of-a-kind nod to the New Mexico high desert and the Valley of the Fires region located near Alamogordo New Mexico. The piece was crafted with 5000-year-old Lava Rock from the Valley of the Fire Lava Flow, combined with recycled metals crafted into an interpretative piece inspired by the artists Native American cultural roots and his appreciation for nature. This piece showcasing the gecko and the ants can be interpreted in a variety of manners. Some people view the gecko on the prowl for the ants, others view the ants in a state of revenge putting the gecko on the defense. What one sees is based upon their own interpretation of the piece. The artists perception is the piece represents the harmony of nature both co-existing in eco-system and beauty amongst the Valley of the Fires Black rock. Each represent beauty on their own as an important element to the beauty of nature.  This one-of-a-kind piece titled “Revenge” is a true interpretative abstract fine art selection.

About the Collection

Artist Rene Sepulveda reaches from his Native American Tarahumara tribal roots and creates works of art from 5000-year-old New Mexican Volcanic Lava Rock paired with recycled metals, fallen driftwoods to create art of nature for home, office or outdoor spaces. Highly prized and highly collectable.

Approximately 5,000 years ago, Little Black Peak located in Southern New Mexico erupted and flowed 44 miles into the Tularosa Basin, filling the basin with molten rock. The resulting lava flow is four to six miles wide, 160 feet thick and covers 125 square miles. From a distance, the region appears as barren rock but when you visit the nature trails there are many varieties of flowers, cactus, trees, and bushes typical of the Chihuahuan desert. Animals include a variety of desert ants, bugs, bats, roadrunners, quail, cottontails, mule deer, barberry sheep, lizards, great horned owls, burrowing owls, turkey vultures, hawks, gnat catchers, cactus wrens, sparrows, and golden eagles and more.

This collection of works crafted by Artist Rene Sepulveda is inspired by his Tarahumara tribal roots as a tribute to the wildlife, flowers, cactus, and beauty of the region, crafted from recycled lava, woods and metals found from the Tularosa Basin and Sacramento Basin. The molten lava rock is repurposed rock pulled from abandoned homes and abandoned locations; repurposed into a “second life” as an “artistic sculpture” to bring joy and value to the owner of each unique piece.

Artist Rene Sepulveda was introduced to the beauty of natural lava mixed with metal and wooden elements, during his childhood visits to the home of Mr. and Ms. Pack, of Alamogordo, whose exclusive estate was custom built and designed to showcase these unique local elements. Years later Rene Sepulveda has designed this collection in memory of their inspiration.

Each is distinctly different as no two pieces of lava rock are the same. Each is cleaned, treated, sealed, and enhanced to preserve it and the artistic creation for generations of enjoyment. Each comes with an ability to join the artist registry where the details by the artist of each piece of art is maintained with an identifier of its origin from the artist, Rene Sepulveda.