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Dimensiones  Anchura de 4,5 pulgadas (11,43 cm) Altura de 8 pulgadas (20,32 cm)    Esta obra de arte es una calabaza completamente cubierto con cera de

Dimensiones Anchura de 4,5 pulgadas (11,43 cm) Altura de 8 pulgadas (20,32 cm) Esta obra de arte es una calabaza completamente cubierto con cera de

Mexican Huichol Beaded Sacred Gourd Bottle  Calabash by Aramara Admiro el arte hichol por el trabajo tan minucioso de poner una cuentita de chakira a la vez para formar dieños bellísimos.

Mexican Huichol Beaded Sacred Gourd Bottle Calabash by Aramara Admiro el arte hichol por el trabajo tan minucioso de poner una cuentita de chakira a la vez para formar dieños bellísimos.

Серия сообщений: Традиционное творчество индейцев Уичоли

Серия сообщений: Традиционное творчество индейцев Уичоли

mexican gourds= | Indians live in the Copper Canyon area, and while they use do gourds ...

mexican gourds= | Indians live in the Copper Canyon area, and while they use do gourds ...

Huichol Clay Rabbit

Huichol Clay Rabbit

Huichol Beaded Bird - Wow.! This must have taken forever to make. It's simply beautiful .... breath-takingly so.

Huichol Beaded Bird - Wow.! This must have taken forever to make. It's simply beautiful .... breath-takingly so.

Huichol Gourd

Huichol Gourd

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NEW! This beautiful, one-of-a-kind beaded jaguar head was made by pressing tiny glass beads into natural beeswax spread over a hand-carved wooden form.  Bead art is made in limited quantities by the Huichol and Tepehuano Indians of southwestern Mexico.  Click here for additional information on the Huichol people and how this art was made, and here for an Adobe Reader file describing the significance of their symbols and color choices.

NEW! This beautiful, one-of-a-kind beaded jaguar head was made by pressing tiny glass beads into natural beeswax spread over a hand-carved wooden form. Bead art is made in limited quantities by the Huichol and Tepehuano Indians of southwestern Mexico. Click here for additional information on the Huichol people and how this art was made, and here for an Adobe Reader file describing the significance of their symbols and color choices.

Each of the heavily beaded pieces has been decorated by various artists from the Huichol, using traditional symbols and designs arranged within the patterns, making every skull a completely unique piece of art. The Huichols are decendants of the Aztecs and believe in the Sun God, ancestral spirits and four principal deities – Deer, Corn, Coyote and Eagle. The Sierra Madre Mountains are their home and the Huichol have a long history of creating beaded art, which is a big part of their…

Each of the heavily beaded pieces has been decorated by various artists from the Huichol, using traditional symbols and designs arranged within the patterns, making every skull a completely unique piece of art. The Huichols are decendants of the Aztecs and believe in the Sun God, ancestral spirits and four principal deities – Deer, Corn, Coyote and Eagle. The Sierra Madre Mountains are their home and the Huichol have a long history of creating beaded art, which is a big part of their…

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