Cholla Desert Cactus Art
Fashion sale! Priced at $395.00 Cholla Cactus Art and Lava Red 52 inches x 35 inches Desert Cactus Cholla Cactus Skull Art Natural Cholla Skull Art is a unique piece of work, each is signed, no two are the same. The natural Cholla Desert Cactus Skeleton gained a second life, combined with Lava Rock and made a colorishis design. Each is unique and can be indoors or outdoors. Due to its unique personality and unique design, some works sell for between US$5,000 and US$10,000. It is very suitable as a home central artwork in the foyer, living room or large room or outdoor garden or terrace. This unique piece is only $500.00. Cylindropuntia is a genus that contains a species of cactus, commonly called chollas. Cholla cactus belongs to the cactus family and can be found in the arid regions and deserts of New Mexico. If you want to make sure that you get a Cholla cactus and not a cactus, check its stem. The stems of cacti are flat, while the stems of Chollas are tubular. Cholla cactus is the food and water source for many desert animals. The fruit of the Jumping Cholla species can be eaten by bighorn sheep and deer. In addition, Cholla wood is used for bird habitation or as a substrate for moss or many air plants in animal breeding rooms. Their height can reach 5 to 15 feet (1.5-4.5 m). They have juicy stems and can store large amounts of water. These stems are modified branches responsible for photosynthesis, flowering and fruiting. Cholla cactus wood is often used as a bird habitat. The wooden skeleton is very suitable for making handmade center decorations and decorations for gardens, backyards, and center decorations for large rooms, living rooms, and greenhouses. Larger works are used for public art displays and are very precious and of high value. No two works of art are the same. Former NCAA award-winning coach, fitness expert, author and artist Rene Sepulveda has incorporated his Native American roots in the art of rediscovering the natural wonders of the surroundings. His reconnection with his ancestral roots allowed him to rediscover the use of Jeolla cactus wood, lava and tree roots and make them into interesting and colorful works of art, which are in great demand for Southwestern natural art collectors. Since each piece is unique in design, size and color, it is highly regarded. No two works are the same, because each one incorporates the artistic design of Mother Nature, combining her treasures with the creativity of Rene Sepulveda. The work was commissioned by 2nd Life Gallery in collaboration with author and collaborator Chris Edwards, bringing the beauty of nature to the Internet, and to fine galleries in the southwestern United States and California.