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Gifts: Huichol Yarn Paintings
Including Ltd Ed, Signed & Numbered
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
 
$250 Peyote and Eye of God (8")    (1 left)
Huichol yarn painting from Nayarit area of Mexico. 7.9 x 7.9" (20 x 20 cm), yarn on thin wood backing. For long-term preservation this piece should be framed. Back has a description of imagery. Imagery: The shaman will consume the peyote to receive and give meaning to the messages of the gods. Before consuming the peyote, the shaman needs to ask permission of the gods, so a ritual is needed.
$250 Peyote and Ritual Offerings (8")    (1 left)
Huichol yarn painting from Nayarit area of Mexico. 7.9 x 7.9" (20 x 20 cm), yarn on wood. For preservation this should be framed. Description on back.

Imagery: Peyote with ritual offerings and objects (maize, muvieri stick, deer guide).
$250 Peyote and Ritual Offerings (8")    (1 left)
Huichol yarn painting from Nayarit area of Mexico. 7.9 x 7.9" (20 x 20 cm), yarn on thin wood backing. For long-term preservation this piece should be framed. Back has a description of imagery. Imagery: Central peyote button surrounded by fire and candles. The sacred peyote is a great part of the Huichol culture and is a part of the traditions such as rituals and ceremonies.
$250 Peyote and Ritual Offerings (8")    (1 left)
Huichol yarn painting from Nayarit area of Mexico. 7.9 x 7.9" (20 x 20 cm), yarn on thin wood backing. For long-term preservation this piece should be framed. Back has a description of imagery. Imagery: The shaman will consume the peyote to receive and give meaning to the messages of the gods. Before consuming the peyote, the shaman needs to ask permission of the gods, so a ritual is needed.
$250 Peyote w/ Lightning and Fire (8"), by Norma C. Carrillo    (1 left)
Huichol yarn painting from Nayarit area of Mexico. 7.9 x 7.9" (20 x 20 cm), yarn on wood. For preservation this should be framed. Description on back.

Imagery: The gods will bless the peyote in order to imbue it with power and wisdom that will be consumed by the shaman.
$250 Ritual of Peyote and Corn (8")    (1 left)
Huichol yarn painting from Nayarit area of Mexico. 7.9 x 7.9" (20 x 20 cm), yarn on wood. For preservation this should be framed. Description on back.

Imagery: In this painting we can see the offerings of the sacred ceremonies, such as the ritual of the peyote and the ritual of the corn, among other.
$250 Ritual of Peyote and Corn (8"), by Juan Angel    (1 left)
Huichol yarn painting from Nayarit area of Mexico. 7.9 x 7.9" (20 x 20 cm), yarn on wood. For preservation this should be framed. Description on back.

Imagery: The sun will bless the shaman during the ritual and will grant him power to heal the sick.
$250 Shaman ritual with peyote (8"), by Norma C. Carrillo    (1 left)
Huichol yarn painting from Nayarit area of Mexico. 7.9 x 7.9" (20 x 20 cm), yarn on wood. For preservation this should be framed. Description on back.

Imagery: During the ritual, the shaman will chant and pray to ask the gods for their permission in order to consume the peyote cactus.
$250 Shaman with Deer (8")    (1 left)
Huichol yarn painting from Nayarit area of Mexico. 7.9 x 7.9" (20 x 20 cm), yarn on wood. For preservation this should be framed. Description on back.

Imagery: The shaman is asking the deer for its guidance and protection needed to perform the sacred rituals.
$250 Shaman with Kieri (8")    (1 left)
Huichol yarn painting from Nayarit area of Mexico. 7.9 x 7.9" (20 x 20 cm), yarn on wood. For preservation this should be framed. Description on back.

Imagery: The shaman is asking the god of Wind to allow him to consume the Kieri (tree of wind, a sacred psychoactive solanaceous species plant) to obtain its power and wisdom.