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Gifts: Huichol Yarn Paintings
Including Ltd Ed, Signed & Numbered
September is Erowid's annual support-a-thon. Donations up to $2,000 made in September will be DOUBLED by a matching challenge!   [See drive progress]

Erowid offers Huichol yarn paintings/art as thank-you gifts for contributors. Check the descriptions for more details about condition, limited edition status, and signatures. As of December 2018, all the yarn art is purchased from a confirmed distributor of Huichol-culture artists from the Zitakua area of Mexico.

See more details about these vivid, vibrant traditional yarn paintings.

Huichol Yarn Paintings
 
$1,000 Shaman, Peyote, Hummingbird, Sun (12"), by Juan Angel    (1 left)
Huichol yarn painting from Nayarit area of Mexico. 11.8 x 11.8" (30 x 30 cm), yarn on wood. For preservation this should be framed. Description on back.

Imagery: Sacred Deer with peyote standing in front of maize (ik├║). The rain (wiyeri) shows in the upper corners.
 
$500 Shaman, Peyote, Hummingbird, Sun (12"), by Juan Angel    (1 left)
Huichol yarn painting from Nayarit area of Mexico. 11.8 x 11.8" (30 x 30 cm), yarn on wood. For preservation this should be framed. Description on back.

Imagery: Central peyote with antlers and candle in ritual bowl with lightning, muvieri stick, flower of wind (kieri), maize, and feather.
$500 Shaman w/ Sacred Offerings (12"), by Juan Minjarez de la Cru    (1 left)
Huichol yarn painting from Nayarit area of Mexico. 11.8 x 11.8" (30 x 30 cm), yarn on wood. For preservation this should be framed. Description on back.

Imagery: The shaman will present the gods with the sacred offerings. To do this, he will use the sacred gourd bowl. The snakes will guide and protect the shaman during the sacred ritual.
$500 Shaman w/ Flower of Wind (12"), by Juan Minjarez de la Cruz    (1 left)
Huichol yarn painting from Nayarit area of Mexico. 11.8 x 11.8" (30 x 30 cm), yarn on wood. For preservation this should be framed. Description on back.

Imagery: The shaman will obtain power and wisdom by consuming the flower of wind, or kieri. The snake will protect and guide the shaman once he consumed the flower.