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Charming Howling Coyote, wood carving by Efrain Fuentes, son of famous Epifanio Fuentes. This wonderful coyote is brightly painted in the Oaxacan Mexican folk art Tall Long Wide

Julia Fuentes created this colorful fierce coyote wood carving.Julia is the daughter of Epifanio Fuentes and sister of Zeny. She is well known for the magnificent painting of her figures. This wonderful coyote is no exception!!

Julia Fuentes created this colorful fierce coyote wood carving.Julia is the daughter of Epifanio Fuentes and sister of Zeny. She is well known for the magnificent painting of her figures. This wonderful coyote is no exception!

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Cool! Oaxacan vulture sculpture.Mexican Carved WoodMore Pins Like This At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

Susano Morales, is a young talented woodcarver known for the wide variety of animals he creates and the wonderful expressions he is able to imprint in them. This gorgeous vulture figure has an amazing body language and expression!

Cochinito pintado a mano

A piece of Alebrijes. Discovered this type of thing on hol in Mexico.

Alebrije: conejo ojos de canica by gastelummoller

Alebrije conejo ojos de canica - Alebrijes are brightly colored Mexican folk art sculptures of fantastical creatures. Created in Oaxaca, Mexico!

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Huichol Bead Lizard Vase by Dave Re via "The Huichol Indians decorate vases using tree sap and a large number of small, brightly colored beads.

Wood ALEBRIJE Sculpture Oaxaca Folk Art Handmade 'Zapotec Coyote' Novica Mexico | eBay

Wood Alebrije Sculpture Oaxaca Folk Art Handmade 'Zapotec Coyote' NOVICA Mexico

alebrije sculpture, 'zapotec coyote' all the different motifs we included to decorate this nighttime coyote are inspired by zapotec glyphs related to the sun, water and

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