Keep your place with this colorful depiction of a Huichol yarn painting.
The Huichol are an indigenous tribe of about 40,000 members living in the canyons and mountains of west central Mexico in the states of Nayarit and Jalisco. They are the only tribe in Mexico that were not subjugated by the Spanish Conquistadores. They developed this art form in the 1950's to depict their deep communication with and reverence for their ancestors and nature deities and animated spirits of the natural environment.
||3" x 8 1/4"