Wixarika Yarn Paintings

Eliseo Castro

Eliseo Castro is one of the pioneers of the yarn art. One of his major contributions is the written description in the back of all paintings.

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Jose Luis Castro

Jose Luis Castro is a contemporary artist. His style of magical realism makes his artwork the bridge between the old and the new traditions.

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Luis Castro

Luis Castro is undoubtedly becoming one of the most collected Huichol artists. Luis has done shows in places such as the British Museum.

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Hilaria Chavez Carrillo

Hilaria Chavez Carrillo is a Wixarika (Huichol) artist. Her style is characterized by unique color combinations with detailed symbols.

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Maximino & Yolanda Renteria

 Maximino and Yolanda Renteria are an amazing couple that does artwork together. Their colorful yarn paintings give us a glimpse into the magical mythology of the huichol.

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Neikame

Neikame is an amazing Wixarika (Huichol) artist. His art seamlessly blends the old traditions with his more modern surrealism.

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Oaxacan Wood Carvings

Jacobo & Maria Angeles

Jacobo y Maria Angeles artwork is characterized by their incredibly detailed wood carvings which are inspired by Zapotec culture.

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Julia & Jose Juan Fuentes

Julia Fuentes is a delicate and detailed painter. Together with her husband José Juan, they make amazing alebrije wood carvings.

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Ivan Fuentes

Ivan Fuentes is a Oaxacan wood carver from the town of San Martin Tilcajete. He started carving and painting at a very young age, his family is considered one of the first to start the wood carving tradition.

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Estudio 2403

Oaxacan wood carvings are most commonly known as Alebrijes. This beautiful form of folk art stands out in any decor.

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Luis Sosa

Handmade Wood Carving made by Luis Sosa. His artwork is characterized by the use of vibrant and joyful colors.

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Armando Jimenez

Armando Jimenez is a brilliant sculptor and an incredible painter from Oaxaca. His family is considered one of the first to start the wood carving tradition.

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Manuel Cruz Prudencio

Manuel Cruz is an incredible wood carver and painter. Manuel’s alebrijes are meticulously hand painted and are adorned with Zapotec symbols.

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Ceramics

Castillo

The Castillo family are one of the best ceramic makers in Mexico. Their artwork contains various themes representative of Mexican culture.

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Demetrio Aguilar

Demetrio creates extraordinary handmade ceramic art with personal interpretations of religious, cultural and family themes.

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Beaded Art

Mayola Villa Lopez

Mayola Villa Lopez is the granddaughter of Jacinto Lopez Ramirez. He was an older Huichol shaman, considered to be the grandfather of the commercial bead art.

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Florencio Lopez

Florencio Lopez the son of Don Jacinto Lopez Ramirez, one of the founding fathers of beaded art. Florencio’s family, as one of the pioneering families of the art, has been doing the bead art for over 30 years.

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Santos Bautista

Santos Bautista is the son of Jose Bautista and grandson of Antonio Bautista, one of the pioneers of Huichol art in the 1960’s. Because of his experience we have imported new Czech glass beads with metallic and iridescent colors for Santos to work with.

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Isandro Villa Lopez

Isandro comes from a family of artists. Having learned with his sister Mayola, their styles are very similar. What sets Isandro apart is his use of only a few colors in his artwork.

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Morelia Villa Lopez

Morelia Villa is the daughter of Florencio. Having been taught by her father, she has developed a very similar style. What sets her apart is her use of pastel colors. 

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Textiles

Pedro Montaño

Amazing handmade tapestry by Mexican artist Pedro Motaño. Zapotec rug made using natural dyes and ancient symbols.

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Constantino Laura

The tradition of the Andean loom is closely linked to a great spirituality, an attitude towards life linked to personal growth exercises.

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