Tepehuano Yarn Painting (Good Harvest)
The artist's description on the back of this yarn painting is translated to the best of our knowledge:
"From the moon, the medicine man receives the power to do the rain ceremony and to send the hummingbird to ask the Water God to bring rain for a good harvest. He places macuchi leaves in the pipe for the rain ceremony to bless the corn. He uses feathers for the ceremony. The gourd holds the sacred water. The barco is the instrument used to play songs in the ceremony. In the ceremony, he makes offerings to the Gods on the altar in gratitude for success obtained."
Size is 11.75" x 11.75"