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Huitzilopochti is the Aztec God of the sun and of war, considered the spiritual leader and patron god of the Aztecs.
This art form was inspired by Pre-Columbian masks. The Aztecs made masks for wearing in rituals and festivals but also made them just for display. While their designs were often carved from obsidian and other natural materials such as wood and stone, these three-dimensional works incorporate some of my beautiful handcrafted collage papers over bamboo. Each pays tribute to an Aztec God or Goddess.
This work is part of my Southwest Abstractions series, inspired by the light, landscape and culture of the Land of Enchantment. More works can be seen on my other website: www.southwestabstractions.net. If you see something you like – even if it’s sold or if you would prefer it in another size – please contact me: Bonnie.Binkert@gmail.com
This work is shipped with the metal frame as shown.
Size or Dimensions 13 x 13 x 2 inches
Three-dimensional sculpture of cast paper on bamboo. May be hung or displayed as shown on a metal stand.
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