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Types of Huichol art


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Although the practices that create these pieces are hundreds of years old, this art form was first documented for the outside world in the final years of the 18th Century by visiting explorers. Since this period, these necklaces, earrings, and anklets have become popular around the world due to their striking appearance, vibrant colors, and meticulous beadwork.
Although there is a wealth of significance contained within each piece, the imagery is most often based in veneration of the religious “trinity,” the deer that represents life, the corn that gives them sustenance, and the peyote that inspires the visions of Huichol shamans.
Although much of the early work used clay and stone, most modern Huichol art is created with materials such as hand-dyed yarn and small decorative beads.
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