God's Eyes, Huichol art. Mexican. Cultural symbol made by the Huichols Indians of Mexico. The four points represent earth, fire, air and water, and provided God's watched eye over their people.

Cultural symbol made by the Huichols Indians of Mexico. The four points represent earth, fire, air and water, and provided God's watched eye over their people.

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42 Me gusta, 2 comentarios - Hilos En Nogada (@hilosennogada) en Instagram: "#hilosennogada #craneo #huichol #tradiciones #artesanias #comerciojusto #handmade #nayarit"

Artesanias de Nayarit.

Artesanias de Nayarit.

Mosaic wine bottle, then turn into a table top torch!...I'm making this!  you do *not* understand the desire i have to do this. serioiusly...mirrors or something think about it. @Lilly Prinn

Mosaic wine bottle, then turn into a table top torch – another wine bottle idea! @ DIY Home Crafts

www.puertovallarta.net No other country in the "New World" offers tourism similar riches: gastronomy, beaches, magnificent archeological sites, history, and pre-Hispanic, colonial and modern art. A hallmark of Mexican culture is its plurality, the diversity of ethnic languages and groups, which set out to express their vision of the world. Huicholes / Wixárika and Puerto Vallarta: http://www.puertovallarta.net/what_to_do/wixarica-and-puerto-vallarta.php

Huichol (Mexico) Art - intricate religious symbols composed of seed beads pressed into beeswax over a carved wood base

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