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Sun and Moon Huichol Yarn art we bought while on vacation in Puerto Vallarta. Close up of the Sun and Moon section. You can start to see the individual strands of yarn!

Sun and Moon Huichol Yarn art we bought while on vacation in Puerto Vallarta. Close up of the Sun and Moon section. You can start to see the individual strands of yarn!

This beautiful, one-of-a-kind beaded mask was made by pressing tiny glass beads into natural beeswax spread over a paper-mache 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.

This beautiful, one-of-a-kind beaded mask was made by pressing tiny glass beads into natural beeswax spread over a paper-mache form. Bead art is made in limited quantities by the Huichol and Tepehuano Indians of southwestern Mexico.

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Wixáritari (Huichol) yarn paintings by the ‘Huichole’ people; indigenous to the states of Nayarit and Jalisco [Zacatecas, Durango];

This beautiful, one-of-a-kind beaded mask was made by pressing tiny glass beads into natural beeswax spread over a paper-mache 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.

This beautiful, one-of-a-kind beaded mask was made by pressing tiny glass beads into natural beeswax spread over a paper-mache form. Bead art is made in limited quantities by the Huichol and Tepehuano Indians of southwestern Mexico.

This beautiful, one-of-a-kind beaded mask was made by pressing tiny glass beads into natural beeswax spread over a paper mache 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.

This beautiful, one-of-a-kind beaded mask was made by pressing tiny glass beads into natural beeswax spread over a paper mache form. Bead art is made in limited quantities by the Huichol and Tepehuano Indians of southwestern Mexico.

Sun and Moon Huichol Yarn art we bought while on vacation in Puerto Vallarta. Close up of the Sun and Moon section. You can start to see the individual strands of yarn!

Sun and Moon Huichol Yarn art we bought while on vacation in Puerto Vallarta. Close up of the Sun and Moon section. You can start to see the individual strands of yarn!

Huichol yarn

Huichol art - yarn painting is from visions created by peyote used in traditional ceremonies. El Dzidzantunense: Dzidzantún / Arte y Cultura / Arte Mexicano

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