Ceramic Indigenous Female Sculpture Mexican Fine Art Extra Large

$ 279.99
  • Indigenous  Ceramic Bust/Sculpture
  • Artist: Maria Guadalupe Torres Herrnandez
  • Measurements
  • Height- 26"
  • Width- 14"
  • Deep/Thick- 9 1/2"
  • Marias' sculpure represents an Aztec woman wearing a ceramic glyph or symbol of the Aztec "Fifth Sun", the last sun that will illuminate earth. 
  • The sculpture is wearing a gorgeous earring made of leather and ceramic beads.
  • Guadalupe's pieces are a mix of traditional and modern art.
  •  Her works are one of a kind pieces.
  • Marias' bust represents an Indigenous person living in the hills and villages surrounding Lake Chapala. 
  • During pre-Hispanic times, they would throw ceramic beads and other clay gifts into the lake as offerings to their rain God.  We are told this custom exists even now in modern time.
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  • As a child, Guadalupe played with clay while her father made his ceramic pieces. Her father afterwards taught her to make simple pieces. She then began making her own style of ceramics.  
  • Guadalupe has been been making ceramic pieces for 50 years.
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  •  Her sculptures and other pieces of art are sold through out Mexico, USA and Europe. 
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  • We will ship the sculpture extremely carefully. 

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