Mexico’s Old Gods

Featured Artwork

Featured artworks are Timothy's largest and/or most detailed. They have a high level of conceptual construction, telling a compelling story in a highly symbolic manner.  They are representative of themed sets of artworks, some of which have already been sold out to collectors. Look below the featured pieces to view available artwork in this theme. Contact Timothy to learn more about this artwork and the stories it tells.

Grandmother Corn Skirt

Quetzalcoatl wears feathers
Of corn leaves and ears of maize…

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Four Waters

Four Waters is in honor of
Tlaloc’s legendary four types of rain…

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World Tree (Movement of Our Sun)

Darkness of obsidian
Jaguars feed on the stars…

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Old Gods

The border of this piece portrays the two lords in their serpent nahuali (double or twin) form. The bottom is Quetzalcoatl and the top is of Tlaloc. Butterfly within the border portrays opposites joining to generate life. Within the serpent form of Tlaloc flashes lightening bolt with his tail the deadly point of his arrows.…

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The Tumblers

There they go
Those old rain gods…

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Available Artwork

Two Mothers

Melody of singing birds from the mount
Miracle of miracles two mothers lit the sky…

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Prince of Corn

Cinteotl nobel Prince of Corn
Attends to the embellishment of a Corn Sun…

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The Golden Mask

Beneath a rainbow corn Sun
One big ole giant hot tortilla…

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Fifth Sun

(contact artist for info)

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Grandmother Corn Skirt

Quetzalcoatl wears feathers
Of corn leaves and ears of maize…

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World Tree (Movement of Our Sun)

Darkness of obsidian
Jaguars feed on the stars…

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A Mother’s Blessing

Our Mother of Jade Skirts
Chalchihuatlique…

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