Annette Armas has been drawing since Jr. high school. Her art
form has been a reflection of her personal life. Enjoying and
creating traditional tole painting and selling her wares at boutiques
around Los Angeles and Orange County for 24 years. With the
passing of Carlos (her son) she has fully embraced her art
through Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead). Her preferred
medias are painting on wood, clay, tin and now canvas.
Theresa Maria Armas jumped into the art scene in 2003. She
started creating her art on canvas using her whimsical skeletons as
the subjects. Theresa now has included sewing and mixed media
in her work. Over the years Theresa has had her art exhibited in
galleries and art shows in Southern California.
Jose Armas has recognized his talent in painting Dia de los Muertos
(Day of the Dead) art. Jose's vision of the art he creates is unique
to his imagination. Much of his inspiration has come from his wife
Annette Armas and his daughter Theresa Armas.