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Arte Huichol

Arte Huichol

The Flood of the Third World  Huichol yarn painting by  Jose Benitez Sanchez (1938-2009)  Nayarit, Mexico, c. 2006  Yarn pressed into beeswax on plywood  (24" x 24")

The Flood of the Third World Huichol yarn painting by Jose Benitez Sanchez (1938-2009) Nayarit, Mexico, c. 2006 Yarn pressed into beeswax on plywood (24" x 24")

The Nierika is a form of spiritual art used by the Huicholes, a native population of the Western Central Mexico. These ritual artefacts consist in pieces of colored yarn glued with wax to round or square backings.

The Nierika is a form of spiritual art used by the Huicholes, a native population of the Western Central Mexico. These ritual artefacts consist in pieces of colored yarn glued with wax to round or square backings.

Good Art week 1 pic 1 Huichol yarn painting artesanias by Jose Benito. I think this picture is good art because of the time and patients it took to form and shape all of the yarn to make this picture. It raises a lot of questions like, why use yarn?

Good Art week 1 pic 1 Huichol yarn painting artesanias by Jose Benito. I think this picture is good art because of the time and patients it took to form and shape all of the yarn to make this picture. It raises a lot of questions like, why use yarn?

Leyenda del peyote según los Wixaritari (adivinos huicholes) – Tierras Mayas

Leyenda del peyote según los Wixaritari (adivinos huicholes) – Tierras Mayas

Huichol Yarn Painting - design created by laying colorful yarns down on top of beeswax

tarahumaras arte - Google Search

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