Sculpture Huichol Art - Tamatsi Kauyumarie

$ 100,000.00 MXN

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  • ◇ Technique: 11/0 glass beads pressed with special epoxy glue on a realistic resin and fiberglass sculpture.

    ◇ Dimensions: 58 x 82 x 53 cm. - 23 x 33 x 21in.

    ◇ Processing time: 120 days.

    Author: Marakame Art Sculpture Studio and Mtra. Ramona de la Cruz.

    Unique piece. Includes certificate of authenticity.

    This sculpture represents Tamatsi Kauyumarie -the blue deer- impregnated with the symbology that represents him in the Wixárika worldview -peyotes, corn, eagle-, this messenger between the deities and the marakate is more than just an icon for the families that preserve the habit. 

    Sculpture commissioned by the visual artist Fernando Motilla to the Marakame Art sculpture workshop, born from the idea of ​​a taxidermy mold enriched with horns, ears, eyes, to be later lined instead of cabbage with the skin of a real deer, with a a blanket of Czechoslovakian crystals from months of work pressed in active meditation by the visionary artist Ramona de la Crúz from the Wixárika community of Tatéi-kie.
    *This piece travels in a professional packaging and ready to hang on the wall.

  • ◇ Ships the day of purchase or the next business day.

    ◇ Express shipping worldwide for free.

    ◇ Professional expanded foam packaging.

    ◇ Includes insurance in case of damage, theft or loss.

    ◇ Satisfaction guarantee: Free returns up to 10 days after receiving your order.

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