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Arbol Secreto de la Vida
Cerámica La cerámica es probablemente la más conocida de las artes populares de México, y una de las más antiguas. La cerámica seencuentra en todas las regiones del país, en diferentes formas y estilos. La cerámica mexicana era tradicionalmente hecha a mano, usando rollos o moldes. Llamada loza de barro, esta arcilla era horneada a baja temperatura. Antes de la llegada de los españoles a México, el cocimiento tenia lugar en hogueras. Los esmaltes minerales, el torno de alfarería y los hornos…
La Mujer - The Woman
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Mexican Tree of Life
Mexican tree of life is the name given to a hand coiled pottery sculpture depicting the biblical tree of life; traditionally the tree sculpture would include Adam and Eve with the tempting Serpent but the themes have evolved and today is common to find trees about various subjects such as Day of the Dead and Folk Art.
MEXICAN FOLK ART "HEART W/DOVE" SACRED HEART MILAGRO TIN ORNAMENT EX VOTO | eBay
Milagro symbolism is not universal; a milagro of a body part, such as a heart might represent different ideas such as a heart condition, a romance, or any number of other interpretations. Milagros are also carried for protection and good luck!
Heron Martinez Tree of Life
Heron Martinez was a master clay artisan who lived in Acatlan, Mexico during the 1960's and 70's. This 3 foot tall tree of life comes from his "white period." The tree is made of clay, then fired, then painted with a white gesso, then painted in the lively colors so characteristic of Martinez. It was…
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