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KEN EDWARDS SZTUKA MEKSYKAŃSKA-figurka

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Méjico | Meksykańska restauracja z prawdziwego zdarzenia! - CzytajNiePytaj - Magazyn Online. Sztuka, Moda, Design, Kultura

Méjico | Meksykańska restauracja z prawdziwego zdarzenia! - CzytajNiePytaj - Magazyn Online. Sztuka, Moda, Design, Kultura

vintage mexican pin up art - Google Search

vintage mexican pin up art - Google Search

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Summer Kitchen | Lorraine Klotz of San Diego, CA

Summer Kitchen | Lorraine Klotz of San Diego, CA

Amate, Mexican bark art!  Yay Amate!  I did an amate project with third and fourth grade classes last year on brown kraft paper and they turned out great!

Amate, Mexican bark art! Yay Amate! I did an amate project with third and fourth grade classes last year on brown kraft paper and they turned out great!

Jenny Willigrod, Original Southwest Art  Chalk/Pastel but maybe good in watercolor

Jenny Willigrod, Original Southwest Art Chalk/Pastel but maybe good in watercolor

Jet Martinez Remixes Mexican Folk Art in New Floral Works | Hi-Fructose Magazine

Jet Martinez Remixes Mexican Folk Art in New Floral Works | Hi-Fructose Magazine

Papel Amate, or Bark Paper, is a form of traditional Mexican paper with pre-Hispanic origins.  Traditional bark paper was considered a specialty of the village shaman and was used for special rituals.  The Nahua and Otomi tribes eventually began using bark paper as a canvas for traditional paintings. Typically the Otomi of Puebla painstakingly craft the paper out of fig tree or mulberry tree bark and then sell it to the Nahua of Guerrero for painting.  These bark paintings, papel amate, are…

Papel Amate, or Bark Paper, is a form of traditional Mexican paper with pre-Hispanic origins. Traditional bark paper was considered a specialty of the village shaman and was used for special rituals. The Nahua and Otomi tribes eventually began using bark paper as a canvas for traditional paintings. Typically the Otomi of Puebla painstakingly craft the paper out of fig tree or mulberry tree bark and then sell it to the Nahua of Guerrero for painting. These bark paintings, papel amate, are…

From: Design Motifs of Ancient Mexico CD-ROM and Book (gorgeous but also so much like blockprint)

From: Design Motifs of Ancient Mexico CD-ROM and Book (gorgeous but also so much like blockprint)