Mexican Otomi Embroidery Wall Art
Wonderfully creative Otomi textiles originate from the indigenous people in the states of Puebla and Hidalgo. The Otomi textiles, also known as tenangos can take weeks or even years for the women to create depending on size and detail. According to legend, the animals depicted are derived from nearby caves or regional cliffs ancient drawings. Created with a satin stitch over freehand drawings, the embroideries feature flora and native fauna such as birds, deer, and armadillos.
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