Tepehuano Yarn Painting (Rain Ceremony)
The artist's description on the back of this yarn painting is translated to the best of our knowledge:
"The medicine man holds the rain ceremony in the ceremonial center, and he sends the hummingbird to ask the Rain Gods for rain and a good harvest. In the ceremonial center, he blesses the cornfields and cures sick people of bad energy. He places the healing macuchi leaves in his pipe and uses feathers for the ceremony. The gourd holds the sacred water. They prepare foods in the pot, and they offer the foods to the Gods in gratitude for success obtained."
Size is 11.75" x 11.75"