Huichol Art Sculpture - Full-scale head of an adult Rhinoceros - Hikuri

$ 300,000.00 MXN

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

    ◇ Dimensions: 59 x 105 x 137 cm. - 24 x 42 x 54in.

    ◇ Production time: 220 days by three artists.

    ◇ Author: Arte Marakame sculpture studio and teachers Ramona, Julia and María Elena de la Crúz.

    - Unique piece.
    - Includes certificate of authenticity.

    The shared vision of Ramona, Julia and María Elena de la Cruz López – three Wixaritari artists from the community of San Andrés Cohamiata – in collaboration with Arte Marakame proposes this approach to the biodiversity of the world, inviting us to look squarely at the species that They surprise with their presence.

    The colors vibrate with a quiet serenity. Every inch of this body seems alive, the reconstruction is almost scientific. The support consists of a taxidermy mold – that is, a figure that was obtained from a real body with conservation interests – enriched sculpturally, and finally worked with calibrated glass beads.

    With its imposing presence, the rhinoceros raises its horns in a gesture of serene repose. He looks ahead, while agricultural, celestial, and terrestrial references cover him. The deer, various birds and felines, inhabitants of the different landscapes of the Wixaritari nation. The three sisters' designs stand out because they present new perspectives on familiar figures, such as the hikuri seen in a cluster in perspective, from the side, instead of the traditional top view representation.

    *This piece travels in a professional packaging and ready to hang on the wall.

  • ◇ Ships within 1-2 business days from the day of purchase.

    ◇ 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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