The two Huichol Indian yarn "paintings I have are among my most prized possessions. Created by the Huichol Indians of Mexico, the yarn is applied to a support of bees wax. Their work is among the most beautiful and original of Mexican folk art. Seeing one isn't seeing them all. But they all provide endless fascination in variety of content and amazing combination of color, design and skill.

El dos hilo Huichol indio " pinturas que tengo está entre mis bienes más…

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Creo que ahora si me he desaparecido un largo rato de este espacio y ya era tiempo de venir a quitar el polvo que se ha acumulado en mi aus...

Papel Amate, or Bark Paper, is a form of traditional Mexican paper with pre-Hispanic origins.  Traditional bark paper was considered a specialty of the village shaman and was used for special rituals.  The Nahua and Otomi tribes eventually began using bark paper as a canvas for traditional paintings. Typically the Otomi of Puebla painstakingly craft the paper out of fig tree or mulberry tree bark and then sell it to the Nahua of Guerrero for painting.  These bark paintings, papel amate, are…

Papel Amate, or Bark Paper, is a form of traditional Mexican paper with pre-Hispanic origins. Traditional bark paper was considered a specialty of the village shaman and was used for special rituals. The Nahua and Otomi tribes eventually began using bark paper as a canvas for traditional paintings. Typically the Otomi of Puebla painstakingly craft the paper out of fig tree or mulberry tree bark and then sell it to the Nahua of Guerrero for painting. These bark paintings, papel amate, are…

Papel Amate, or Bark Paper, is a form of traditional Mexican paper with pre-Hispanic origins.  Traditional bark paper was considered a specialty of the village shaman and was used for special rituals.  The Nahua and Otomi tribes eventually began using bark paper as a canvas for traditional paintings. Typically the Otomi of Puebla painstakingly craft the paper out of fig tree or mulberry tree bark and then sell it to the Nahua of Guerrero for painting.   LaFuente.com

Papel Amate, or Bark Paper, is a form of traditional Mexican paper with pre-Hispanic origins. Traditional bark paper was considered a specialty of the village shaman and was used for special rituals. The Nahua and Otomi tribes eventually began using bark paper as a canvas for traditional paintings. Typically the Otomi of Puebla painstakingly craft the paper out of fig tree or mulberry tree bark and then sell it to the Nahua of Guerrero for painting. LaFuente.com


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