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Guatemalan art

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David Rodriguez Blog: Julian Coche Mendoza - Pintor Guatemalteco

Las bañistas Cosmovision Maya Músicos Marimbista Descansando Danza del Venado Campesino Baile del Venado Baile del ...

CRUCITA GUTIÉRREZ SEGOVIA: MIS AMIGOS PINTORES - LORENZO CRUZ

LORENZO CRUZ San Pedro La Laguna, Sololá - Guatemala 1982 "Los radiantes colores de Guatemala" (1) LORENZO CRUZ “Mi nombre es Lorenzo Cruz, artista indígena visual, nacido en San Pedro La Laguna, Sololá (1982). He estudiado arte en la Escuela Nacional de Artes Plásticas Rafael Rodríguez Padilla, he tenido varias exposiciones colectivas en Guatemala, Centro América, Israel y en los Estados Unidos, con mi propuesta “Trajes de Guatemala”, con un enfoque en los diversos trajes indígenas de…

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"Are you looking for a special, one-of-a-kind pillow cover? Make your room come alive with these beautifully embroidered pillow covers made with Guatemalan Huipiles! In Guatemala, weaving is an important responsibility of the indigenous women passed down from generation to generation. Each woman makes her own unique design for the huipil, which is the traditional blouse still worn by Mayan women, expressing her cultural identity, role in society, and personal aesthetic. Therefore, no two huipile

"Are you looking for a special, one-of-a-kind pillow cover? Make your room come alive with these beautifully embroidered pillow covers made with Guatemalan Huipiles! In Guatemala, weaving is an important responsibility of the indigenous women passed down from generation to generation. Each woman makes her own unique design for the huipil, which is the traditional blouse still worn by Mayan women, expressing her cultural identity, role in society, and personal aesthetic. Therefore, no two…