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Huichol Yarn Painting 12x12 7

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Huichol Yarn Painting 12x12 7

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From Mexico

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Size: 12" Inches = 30 cm Long

12" Inches = 30 cm Wide.

The wood is 0.2’ inches and ½ cm thick

Huichol are an indigenous, Indian, ethnic group of western central Mexico, living in the Sierra Madre Occidental range in the Mexican states of Nayarit, Jalisco, Zacatecas, and Durango.

Huichol yarn painting is a traditional artistic technique that is used for recording dreams, visions, myths, and the innermost personal prayers of the artists. Because the Huichol language is non-written, these story boards are used to express the beauty and wisdom of the ancient Huichol cultural tradition. Huichol artists can be thought of as modern day scribes.

This new yarn painting is a very beautiful, authentic and original Huichol art piece from the Sierras of Jalisco. The figure represents a different meaning and experience which they had after the Peyote ritual (a few Peyotes are shown). The yarn (different colored yarn strings) is placed on a wood canvas which uses natural Bees Wax to hold the yarn. It takes a lot of work and time to create such a beautiful, mystical and spiritual piece of art .
FREE Shipping to the United States and Canada

Size: 12" Inches = 30 cm Long

12" Inches = 30 cm Wide.

The wood is 0.2’ inches and ½ cm thick

Huichol are an indigenous, Indian, ethnic group of western central Mexico, living in the Sierra Madre Occidental range in the Mexican states of Nayarit, Jalisco, Zacatecas, and Durango.

Huichol yarn painting is a traditional artistic technique that is used for recording dreams, visions, myths, and the innermost personal prayers of the artists. Because the Huichol language is non-written, these story boards are used to express the beauty and wisdom of the ancient Huichol cultural tradition. Huichol artists can be thought of as modern day scribes.

This new yarn painting is a very beautiful, authentic and original Huichol art piece from the Sierras of Jalisco. The figure represents a different meaning and experience which they had after the Peyote ritual (a few Peyotes are shown). The yarn (different colored yarn strings) is placed on a wood canvas which uses natural Bees Wax to hold the yarn. It takes a lot of work and time to create such a beautiful, mystical and spiritual piece of art .

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