A closer look and description of the picture ‘Jaramillo’ will help to reveal its meaning and intention.
At the center of the picture is the image of our lady of Guadalupe tattooed on an outstretched arm. The hand belonging to the arm appears to grasp on some red and black colored roses at the bottom center of the picture. The arm appears to be that of a white person from its skin color. Parts of the arm that are not covered with the tattoo are hairy. The tattooed image of Our lady of Guadalupe or the Virgin Mary is covered in a white dotted robe from head to toe while the lady appears to stare below to her right as her hands are joined in an aspect of prayer. The lady appears to stand on the outstretched arms of a small winged angel who is seemingly supporting her with his outstretched wings. The outstretched arm in the middle of the picture appears to lie on the branches of the roses.
The right of the picture is covered by red, pink, and black rose flowers. The top right of the picture is covered by red roses. The mid-right of the picture is covered by pink roses while the bottom right is covered by black roses. The red roses in the top right part of the picture appear bright when compared to those in the bottom right. The roses at the bottom right corner of the picture appear to be black in color; however, they can also be viewed as deep burgundy. The pink roses in the mid-right of the picture are light. They provide some spark of light to this section of the image. The roses on the right side of the image are thus are thus arranged in a manner that their color ranges from bright red at the top to light pink at the middle and deep burgundy or black at the bottom right. This variation in color change makes the picture interesting and provides some overall color scheme to the entire image and thus easy or pleasing to the