23.5 Huichol yarn painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art, Mexican painting 60-112

23.5 Huichol yarn painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art, Mexican painting 60-112

23.5 Huichol yarn painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art, Mexican painting 60-112
23.5 Mexican Huichol Yarn painting 60-112. Lenght 23.5 inches (59.69 cms). Width 23.5 inches (59.69 cms). Thick 1 inches (2.54 cms). This painting is entirely made with yarn applied with beeswax and resin over a sheet of plywood. There’s a description of the painting written by the artist in the back that reads. In this painting we can see the ritual performed by the shamans in order to ask permission to find the peyote cactus that will be consumed. The shaman uses the peyote in order to be able to chant to the sacred gods and ask them for power to heal the sick. The deer is the one in charge of planting the peyote in the land so the huichol tribe can keep performing their rituals. The eagle is the one who carries the messages of the shaman for the gods. In this painting you’ll see a representation of the sacred peyote, the flower of wind, the maize, the marakame, the muvieri, the eye of God, the sacred gourd bowl, the deer, the eagle and the sun. The peyote cactus or “Hikuri”, is a plant that the huichol people keep as their most sacred good used it to open a spiritual connection with their gods. Peyote is the soul of their religious culture and a visionary sacrament that opens a pathway to the other deities. The Kieri, or Tree of wind, also known as Solandra brevicalyx, is a tree that gives a halunogenic flower that’s sacred for the huichol people and they belive it’s an incarnation of their god of wind, Kieri Tewiyari. They believe that the plant can help them achieve the highest level of consciousness. The word “mara’akame” means the one who knows, and is used to refer to the shaman in the huichol tribe. The marakames or shamans are the spiritual leaders. As ambassadors to the gods, shamans preside over ceremonies, recite the divine passages, cure the sick, interpret dreams, etc. He is the nexus with the gods, invoked through the ceremonial use of peyote, and receives instructions from the spirit world through visions, dreams and trances. The muvieri is a stick with feathers used by the marakame in their rituals. It’s a mean to contact their gods and receive their messages. It’s also used to heal, predict the future and in blessings. Sacred Gourds bowls are used by marakames or shamans as containers filled with important symbols, such as corn, animals, and images of family members. For the Huichol people, the Ojo de Dios or God’s eye is symbolic of the power of seeing and understanding that which is unknown and unknowable, The Mystery. The four points represent the elemental processes: earth, fire, air, and water. In a ceremonial meaning, the Ojo de Dios is an offering to the gods to ask for the well being of the children. The parents are in charge of making the eye of god that the children will bring to the “drum ritual”. In this ritual, the children are presented before the gods so they can initiate their life as members of the tribe. Each year they add a new line or rhombus to the eye of good, in the children’s day of birth. The eagle, or werika, represents the communication bridge between god and men. The sun brings light and illumination to the world. Tau or Tayaupa is father sun, master of the heavens. The Huichols believe all living things receive their power from the sun, and that He guarantees healthy crops and abundant food. The Huichol represent one of the few remaining indigenous cultures left in Mexico. They live in self-imposed isolation, having chosen long ago to make their home high in the mountains of the Sierra Madre Occidental, in Western Central Mexico. Huichol Art dates back millenia. During spiritual rituals the shaman (know as marakame) have visions which are then transcribed into carvings, yarn art, bead art, pottery etc. Each image has spiritual meaning. The huichol tribe uses many simbols as representations of their deities and other things they deem sacred in their culture. Most common ones are the peyote, the deer and the snake. ASK ME IF YOU’RE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING ELSE. The item “23.5 Huichol yarn painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art, Mexican painting 60-112″ is in sale since Monday, May 21, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Latin American\Mexico\Huichol Art”. The seller is “dking_e” and is located in Tepic, Nayarit. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Mexico

23.5 Huichol yarn painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art, Mexican painting 60-112

23.5 Huichol yarn painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art, Mexican painting 60-102

23.5 Huichol yarn painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art, Mexican painting 60-102
23.5 Huichol yarn painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art, Mexican painting 60-102
23.5 Huichol yarn painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art, Mexican painting 60-102
23.5 Huichol yarn painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art, Mexican painting 60-102
23.5 Huichol yarn painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art, Mexican painting 60-102
23.5 Huichol yarn painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art, Mexican painting 60-102
23.5 Huichol yarn painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art, Mexican painting 60-102
23.5 Huichol yarn painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art, Mexican painting 60-102

23.5 Huichol yarn painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art, Mexican painting 60-102
23.5 Mexican Huichol Yarn painting 60-102. Lenght 23.5 inches (59.69 cms). Width 23.5 inches (59.69 cms). Thick 1 inches (2.54 cms). This painting is entirely made with yarn applied with beeswax and resin over a sheet of plywood. There’s a description of the painting written by the artist in the back that reads. In this painting we can see a representation of the ritual that’s performed by the marakame for the peyote. The marakame and the pilgrims dance around the peyote so it can bless their offerings and crops. The eagle will carry the message of the shaman for the gods. The deer will guide the shaman during the ritual. In this painting you’ll see a representation of the peyote cactus or hikuri, the shaman or marakame, the muvieri, the gourd bowl, the rattles, the eye of God or Ojo de Dios, the deer or maxa, the snake and the eagle and the eagle or werika. The peyote cactus or “Hikuri”, is a plant that the huichol people keep as their most sacred good used it to open a spiritual connection with their gods. Peyote is the soul of their religious culture and a visionary sacrament that opens a pathway to the other deities. The word “mara’akame” means the one who knows, and is used to refer to the shaman in the huichol tribe. The marakames or shamans are the spiritual leaders. As ambassadors to the gods, shamans preside over ceremonies, recite the divine passages, cure the sick, interpret dreams, etc. He is the nexus with the gods, invoked through the ceremonial use of peyote, and receives instructions from the spirit world through visions, dreams and trances. The muvieri is a stick with feathers used by the marakame in their rituals. It’s a mean to contact their gods and receive their messages. It’s also used to heal, predict the future and in blessings. Sacred Gourds bowls are used by marakames or shamans as containers filled with important symbols, such as corn, animals, and images of family members. For the Huichol people, the Ojo de Dios or God’s eye is symbolic of the power of seeing and understanding that which is unknown and unknowable, The Mystery. The four points represent the elemental processes: earth, fire, air, and water. In a ceremonial meaning, the Ojo de Dios is an offering to the gods to ask for the well being of the children. The parents are in charge of making the eye of god that the children will bring to the “drum ritual”. In this ritual, the children are presented before the gods so they can initiate their life as members of the tribe. Each year they add a new line or rhombus to the eye of good, in the children’s day of birth. The Huichol believe the deer or Maxa represents the heart and is the gatekeeper and guide to the spirit world. The spirit guide Maxa, who leads the shamans on their visionary pathways and teaches them how to gain their special knowledge. The eagle represents the communication bridge between god and men. The snakes guide the shaman or marakame during their rituals and are protectors of the peyote cactus. The Huichol represent one of the few remaining indigenous cultures left in Mexico. They live in self-imposed isolation, having chosen long ago to make their home high in the mountains of the Sierra Madre Occidental, in Western Central Mexico. Huichol Art dates back millenia. During spiritual rituals the shaman (know as marakame) have visions which are then transcribed into carvings, yarn art, bead art, pottery etc. Each image has spiritual meaning. The huichol tribe uses many simbols as representations of their deities and other things they deem sacred in their culture. Most common ones are the peyote, the deer and the snake. ASK ME IF YOU’RE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING ELSE. The item “23.5 Huichol yarn painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art, Mexican painting 60-102″ is in sale since Saturday, May 12, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Latin American\Mexico\Huichol Art”. The seller is “dking_e” and is located in Tepic, Nayarit. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Mexico

23.5 Huichol yarn painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art, Mexican painting 60-102

23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-047 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art

23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-047 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-047 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-047 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-047 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-047 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-047 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-047 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-047 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-047 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-047 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art

23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-047 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Mexican Huichol Yarn painting 60-047. Lenght 23.5 inches (59.69 cms). Width 23.5 inches (59.69 cms). Thick 1 inches (2.54 cms). This painting is entirely made with yarn applied with beeswax and resin over a sheet of plywood. There’s a description of the painting written by the artist in the back that reads. In this painting we can see a representation of the sacred gourd bowl with the offerings the shaman bring to the traditional rituals. We can see the arrows, feathers and candlges. They’re being protected by the flames, along with the flowers of the peyote. We can also see the snakes and the deer’s head. In this painting you’ll see a representation of several huichol symbols such as the sacred peyote cactus or kieri, the sacred offerings such as the arrows, candles and the muvieri, and also the deer or maxa. The peyote cactus or “Hikuri”, is a plant that the huichol people keep as their most sacred good used it to open a spiritual connection with their gods. Peyote is the soul of their religious culture and a visionary sacrament that opens a pathway to the other deities. The muvieri is a stick with feathers used by the marakame in their rituals. It’s a mean to contact their gods and receive their messages. It’s also used to heal, predict the future and in blessings. The Huichol believe the deer or Maxa represents the heart and is the gatekeeper and guide to the spirit world. The spirit guide Maxa, who leads the shamans on their visionary pathways and teaches them how to gain their special knowledge. The Huichol represent one of the few remaining indigenous cultures left in Mexico. They live in self-imposed isolation, having chosen long ago to make their home high in the mountains of the Sierra Madre Occidental, in Western Central Mexico. Huichol Art dates back millenia. During spiritual rituals the shaman (know as marakame) have visions which are then transcribed into carvings, yarn art, bead art, pottery etc. Each image has spiritual meaning. The huichol tribe uses many simbols as representations of their deities and other things they deem sacred in their culture. Most common ones are the peyote, the deer and the snake. ASK ME IF YOU’RE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING ELSE. The item “23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-047 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art” is in sale since Monday, January 16, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Latin American\Mexico\Huichol Art”. The seller is “dking_e” and is located in Tepic, Nayarit. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Mexico

23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-047 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art

23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-078 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art

23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-078 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-078 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-078 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-078 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-078 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-078 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-078 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-078 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-078 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-078 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art

23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-078 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Mexican Huichol Yarn painting 60-078. Lenght 23.5 inches (59.69 cms). Width 23.5 inches (59.69 cms). Thick 1 inches (2.54 cms). This painting is entirely made with yarn applied with beeswax and resin over a sheet of plywood. In this painting you’ll see a representation of many huichol symbols such as the sacred peyote cactus, the shaman or marakame, the gourd bowl, the muvieri, the deer, the snake, the eagle, the sun and the moon. The peyote cactus or “Hikuri”, is a plant that the huichol people keep as their most sacred good used it to open a spiritual connection with their gods. Peyote is the soul of their religious culture and a visionary sacrament that opens a pathway to the other deities. The word “mara’akame” means the one who knows, and is used to refer to the shaman in the huichol tribe. The marakames or shamans are the spiritual leaders. As ambassadors to the gods, shamans preside over ceremonies, recite the divine passages, cure the sick, interpret dreams, etc. He is the nexus with the gods, invoked through the ceremonial use of peyote, and receives instructions from the spirit world through visions, dreams and trances. The muvieri is a stick with feathers used by the marakame in their rituals. It’s a mean to contact their gods and receive their messages. It’s also used to heal, predict the future and in blessings. Sacred Gourds bowls are used by marakames or shamans as containers filled with important symbols, such as corn, animals, and images of family members. The snakes guide the shaman or marakame during their rituals and are protectors of the peyote cactus. The Huichol believe the deer or Maxa represents the heart and is the gatekeeper and guide to the spirit world. The spirit guide Maxa, who leads the shamans on their visionary pathways and teaches them how to gain their special knowledge. The eagle represents the communication bridge between god and men. The sun brings light and illumination to the world. Tau or Tayaupa is father sun, master of the heavens. The Huichols believe all living things receive their power from the sun, and that He guarantees healthy crops and abundant food. The moon, or Metsa, represents all the femenine things. She helps the sun to protect the huichols from all the evil spirits and from Tukákame, the god of death. The Huichol represent one of the few remaining indigenous cultures left in Mexico. They live in self-imposed isolation, having chosen long ago to make their home high in the mountains of the Sierra Madre Occidental, in Western Central Mexico. Huichol Art dates back millenia. During spiritual rituals the shaman (know as marakame) have visions which are then transcribed into carvings, yarn art, bead art, pottery etc. Each image has spiritual meaning. The huichol tribe uses many simbols as representations of their deities and other things they deem sacred in their culture. Most common ones are the peyote, the deer and the snake. ASK ME IF YOU’RE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING ELSE. The item “23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-078 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art” is in sale since Monday, August 21, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Latin American\Mexico\Huichol Art”. The seller is “dking_e” and is located in Tepic, Nayarit. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Mexico

23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-078 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art

HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Brother Blue Deer Signed Art Mexican Folk Art Bautista

HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Brother Blue Deer Signed Art Mexican Folk Art Bautista
HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Brother Blue Deer Signed Art Mexican Folk Art Bautista
HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Brother Blue Deer Signed Art Mexican Folk Art Bautista
HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Brother Blue Deer Signed Art Mexican Folk Art Bautista
HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Brother Blue Deer Signed Art Mexican Folk Art Bautista
HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Brother Blue Deer Signed Art Mexican Folk Art Bautista
HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Brother Blue Deer Signed Art Mexican Folk Art Bautista
HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Brother Blue Deer Signed Art Mexican Folk Art Bautista
HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Brother Blue Deer Signed Art Mexican Folk Art Bautista
HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Brother Blue Deer Signed Art Mexican Folk Art Bautista

HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Brother Blue Deer Signed Art Mexican Folk Art Bautista
HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Brother Blue Deer Art Mexican Folk Art Signed Bautista. Mexican Indian folk art is truly unique and all handmade by the people of the Sierra Madre mountains in Mexico. Beautiful, multi-colored yarn painting, or. Handmade and signed by Ramon Medina Bautista of Nayarit. Techniques of adding Campeche beeswax onto a board and pressing (one-by-one) pieces of yarn into the wax, this bright painting depicts the offering message. The blue deer, messenger to the gods, is the central focus of this colorful yarn painting. On the back is an attached hook for wall hanging and the artist’s message. Signed by the artist Ramon Medina Bautista, on the back, he has written his message and translates (loosely translated) in English. (The Older Brother Blue Deer). In this frame we see the older brother that we know as Blue Deer, which he appeared in the dessert of San Luis. Converted into a sacred Peyote, in which he transformed into the sacred. With the saliva of the deer. In which we currently know as Peyote. Written by the Artist. Each symbol has special meanings for the. Some of the symbols include. Messenger from the gods. Carried by the Shamans during ceremony. Filled with important symbols and placed in shrines. Instructs the Shaman to become healers. Protects the corn by eating the rodents. Mother goddess of all living things. Shamans carry eagle feathers attached to arrows or healing wands in their medicine basket. Light of the human spirit. The sacred land where the people believe life began and where they gather the peyote. Red: The fire, the east and masculinity. Yellow: A special root that is used for face painting in ceremonies. Blue: Water, rain, Pacific Ocean, femininity. Green: Earth, the heavens, growth, healing. 11 3/4″ x 11 3/4″. All of our Mexican folk art is in California, USA. At our expense, we will fully insure this yarn painting. Thank you for shopping with us. See more Mexican Folk Art in our. Store: Ziggys Outlet Store. The item “HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Brother Blue Deer Signed Art Mexican Folk Art Bautista” is in sale since Monday, March 20, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Latin American\Mexico\Huichol Art”. The seller is “ziggys*outlet” and is located in Camarillo, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
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  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Mexico

HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Brother Blue Deer Signed Art Mexican Folk Art Bautista

23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-077 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art

23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-077 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-077 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-077 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-077 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-077 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-077 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-077 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-077 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-077 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-077 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art

23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-077 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Mexican Huichol Yarn painting 60-077. Lenght 23.5 inches (59.69 cms). Width 23.5 inches (59.69 cms). Thick 1 inches (2.54 cms). This painting is entirely made with yarn applied with beeswax and resin over a sheet of plywood. There’s a description of the painting written by the artist in the back that reads. In this painting we can see a representation of the tree of life also called tree of wind or flower of wind. The huichol peole bring their offerings to this tree to ask it for powers and wisdom. We can also see a representation of the sacred eagle, that protects the tree so noone can harm it. In this painting you’ll see a representation of many huichol symbols such as the sacred peyote cactus, flower of wind or kieri, the gourd bowl, the muvieri, the deer, the snake and the eagle. The peyote cactus or “Hikuri”, is a plant that the huichol people keep as their most sacred good used it to open a spiritual connection with their gods. Peyote is the soul of their religious culture and a visionary sacrament that opens a pathway to the other deities. The Kieri, or Tree of wind, also known as Solandra brevicalyx, is a tree that gives a halunogenic flower that’s sacred for the huichol people and they belive it’s an incarnation of their god of wind, Kieri Tewiyari. They believe that the plant can help them achieve the highest level of consciousness. The muvieri is a stick with feathers used by the marakame in their rituals. It’s a mean to contact their gods and receive their messages. It’s also used to heal, predict the future and in blessings. Sacred Gourds bowls are used by marakames or shamans as containers filled with important symbols, such as corn, animals, and images of family members. The snakes guide the shaman or marakame during their rituals and are protectors of the peyote cactus. The Huichol believe the deer or Maxa represents the heart and is the gatekeeper and guide to the spirit world. The spirit guide Maxa, who leads the shamans on their visionary pathways and teaches them how to gain their special knowledge. The eagle represents the communication bridge between god and men. The Huichol represent one of the few remaining indigenous cultures left in Mexico. They live in self-imposed isolation, having chosen long ago to make their home high in the mountains of the Sierra Madre Occidental, in Western Central Mexico. Huichol Art dates back millenia. During spiritual rituals the shaman (know as marakame) have visions which are then transcribed into carvings, yarn art, bead art, pottery etc. Each image has spiritual meaning. The huichol tribe uses many simbols as representations of their deities and other things they deem sacred in their culture. Most common ones are the peyote, the deer and the snake. ASK ME IF YOU’RE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING ELSE. The item “23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-077 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art” is in sale since Monday, August 21, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Latin American\Mexico\Huichol Art”. The seller is “dking_e” and is located in Tepic, Nayarit. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Mexico

23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-077 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art

23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-023 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art

23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-023 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-023 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-023 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-023 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-023 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-023 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-023 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-023 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-023 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-023 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art

23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-023 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art
23.5 Mexican Huichol Yarn painting 60-023. Lenght 23.5 inches (59.69 cms). Width 23.5 inches (59.69 cms). Thick 1 inches (2.54 cms). This painting is entirely made with yarn applied with beeswax and resin over a sheet of plywood. There’s a description of the painting written by the artist in the back that reads. In this painting you’ll see a representation of the birth of our deities. The huichol tribe has it origins in the sea, or “haramara”. In the begging everything was dark and there was no light, so they brought a child to throw it to the fire and that’s how the sun was born. Today the sun is represented by the deer in the rituals and it has to be fed. It’s our grandfather, the one that guides us and grants us life and light so we can see. Signed by Kükame Olegario Carrillo. In this painting you’ll see a representation the marakame, the deer, the eagle the peyote cactus and the sun. The marakame or Shamans are the spiritual leaders. As ambassadors to the gods, shamans preside over ceremonies, recite the divine passages, cure the sick, interpret dreams, etc. He is the nexus with the gods, invoked through the ceremonial use of peyote, and receives instructions from the spirit world through visions, dreams and trances. The peyote cactus or “Hikuri”, is a plant that the huichol people keep as their most sacred good used it to open a spiritual connection with their gods. Peyote is the soul of their religious culture and a visionary sacrament that opens a pathway to the other deities. The Huichol believe the deer or Kauyumari represents the heart and is the gatekeeper and guide to the spirit world. The spirit guide Kauyumari, who leads the shamans on their visionary pathways and teaches them how to gain their special knowledge. The sun brings light and illumination to the world. Tayaupa is father sun, master of the heavens, and his wife is the Eagle, mother of the sky and goddess of life. The Huichols believe all living things receive their power from the sun, and that He guarantees healthy crops and abundant food. The eagle represents the communication bridge between god and men. The Huichol represent one of the few remaining indigenous cultures left in Mexico. They live in self-imposed isolation, having chosen long ago to make their home high in the mountains of the Sierra Madre Occidental, in Western Central Mexico. Huichol Art dates back millenia. During spiritual rituals the shaman (know as marakame) have visions which are then transcribed into carvings, yarn art, bead art, pottery etc. Each image has spiritual meaning. The huichol tribe uses many simbols as representations of their deities and other things they deem sacred in their culture. Most common ones are the peyote, the deer and the snake. ASK ME IF YOU’RE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING ELSE. The item “23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-023 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art” is in sale since Saturday, May 28, 2016. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Latin American\Mexico\Huichol Art”. The seller is “dking_e” and is located in Tepic, Nayarit. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Mexico

23.5 Huichol Yarn painting 60-023 Mexican Painting, Mexican Folk art, Wall art

24 x 24 HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Original Mexican Folk Art

24 x 24 HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Original Mexican Folk Art
24 x 24 HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Original Mexican Folk Art
24 x 24 HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Original Mexican Folk Art
24 x 24 HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Original Mexican Folk Art
24 x 24 HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Original Mexican Folk Art

24 x 24 HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Original Mexican Folk Art
Spectacular one-of-a-kind yarn painting made by the indigenous Huichol people of Jalisco, Mexico. Made entirely by placing colored yarn onto a natural adhesive layer of bees wax and pine resin mixture on a wood backing. In this painting you see the representation of many huichol symbols such as the sun, snake, shamans, and deer. In the bottom right corner you see a child being blessed and named by the Shaman. Size: 24″ x 24″. The item “24 x 24 HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Original Mexican Folk Art” is in sale since Tuesday, June 28, 2016. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Latin American\Mexico\Huichol Art”. The seller is “viva-mexico” and is located in San Diego, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Mexico

24 x 24 HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Original Mexican Folk Art

HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Original Mexican Folk Art 24 x 24

HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Original Mexican Folk Art 24 x 24
HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Original Mexican Folk Art 24 x 24
HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Original Mexican Folk Art 24 x 24
HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Original Mexican Folk Art 24 x 24
HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Original Mexican Folk Art 24 x 24

HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Original Mexican Folk Art 24 x 24
One-of-a-kind Vibrant yarn painting made by the indigenous Huichol people of Jalisco, Mexico. Size: 24″ x 24″. This painting is made with colored yarn applied with a natural adhesive mixture of beeswax and pine resin over a sheet of wood. The item “HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Original Mexican Folk Art 24 x 24″ is in sale since Tuesday, January 17, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Latin American\Mexico\Huichol Art”. The seller is “viva-mexico” and is located in San Diego, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Mexico

HUICHOL YARN PAINTING Original Mexican Folk Art 24 x 24