Ojo de Dios

Ojo de Dios


Incredibly neat and rare spiritual art piece with an ojo de dios (god’s eye) that is set in a colorful yarn and wood stand. We are unsure whether the dangling elements are of plant or animal origin. Recovered in Oregon.

These are two separate pieces that when assembled together measure about 10.5’’ high.

The Huichol people of Jalisco and Nayarit, Mexico (who self-identify as the Wixáritari) are extremely religious and practice spiritual traditions that date back hundreds if not thousands of years. Part of their spirituality involves leaving artistic offerings at religious sites and creating vibrant depictions in beads or yarn of shamanic visions and elements important to their beliefs and their reverence for the natural environment.

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