José Benítez Sánchez

Their yarn paintings record images and mythical themes experienced in trance states under the influence of the sacred plants.

José Benítez Sánchez

José Benítez Sánchez

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Huichol shaman

Huichol Shaman in Bolaños, Jalisco, Mexico.

José Benítez Sánchez

José Benítez Sánchez

José Benítez Sánchez

View a list of exhibitions currently on display at the Textile Museum of Canada.

Healing Ceremony by Josefina Benitez

"Healing Ceremony," Huichol yarn painting by Josefina Benitez, Nayarit, Mexico, c. yarn pressed into beeswax on plywood. (The medicine man is using sacred feathers to cure his patients.

San Luis, Latina, Santos, Witches, Deer, Deserts

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