Huichol Yarn Painting<br />A resolution for severe bullying<br />and social injustice, such as the Mexican Drug War.<br />
Huichol People<br />live in Central Mexico and are known for their bright colorful yarn art<br />believe their deified anc...
Huichol Art<br />personal and captivating<br />with intricate designs, vibrant colors and sacred symbols.<br />an expressi...
HuicholArt Continued<br />art is a means of encoding and channeling sacred knowledge.<br />art is a form of prayer, provid...
Yarn Paintingsuggestions & Ideas<br />Create a yarn painting to represent culturally significant subject matter (events, m...
Examples of Yarn Art<br />
Sources<br />http://www.indigoarts.com/gallery_huicholart1.html<br />http://www.mexicanartdealing.com/<br />http://www.ind...
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  1. 1. Huichol Yarn Painting<br />A resolution for severe bullying<br />and social injustice, such as the Mexican Drug War.<br />
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  3. 3. Huichol People<br />live in Central Mexico and are known for their bright colorful yarn art<br />believe their deified ancient ancestors, the First People, once dwelled in the Wirikuta desert <br />were driven out into the Sierra Madre Occidental to live a mortal agrarian existence<br />
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  6. 6. Huichol Art<br />personal and captivating<br />with intricate designs, vibrant colors and sacred symbols.<br />an expression of deeply held spiritual beliefs.<br />features prominent symbols<br />
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  9. 9. HuicholArt Continued<br />art is a means of encoding and channeling sacred knowledge.<br />art is a form of prayer, providing direct communion with the sacred realm<br />Jicuri, the peyote plant, is considered the plant of life, promoting harmonious relations with the gods.<br />often represented as an ear of corn <br />
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  12. 12. Yarn Paintingsuggestions & Ideas<br />Create a yarn painting to represent culturally significant subject matter (events, moments, or objects) that are important in your life.<br />Think about using subject matter that would bring an end to social injustice.<br />Use your artwork to represent freedom for those who are being bullied.<br />
  13. 13. Examples of Yarn Art<br />
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  23. 23. Sources<br />http://www.indigoarts.com/gallery_huicholart1.html<br />http://www.mexicanartdealing.com/<br />http://www.indigoarts.com/gallery_huichol_benitez6.html<br />http://artwithmrssmith.blogspot.com/2010/10/huichol-yarn-painting.html<br />

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