Fall Folk Art Wood(37 items)
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Featured Reviews on Fall Folk Art Wood
Another wonderful art piece from Ana. The design is gorgeous, especially the couple on the lid celebrating with a bottle of tequila. The colors are so vibrant as is the gold edging on the lid and base. I bought it mostly for show, but the drawer and lid compartment are great for keeping track of small items. Great pine scent from the wood!
Excellent craftsmanship and detail. Arrived safe and secure. Will be ordering an angel from them next! Very happy with purchase.
Love this jewelry box!
Decorative an functional jewelry box to store my treasures! Nice compartments make it easy to find rings, earrings... Eye-catching and useful.
Popular Fall Folk Art Wood
Orange Alebrije Bull with Multicolor Hand Painted Motifs, "Sun Force"$69.99
This strong bull hand carved from copal wood has the fire of the sun hand painted across his back. Orange and brown, the bull is covered with hand painted details in warm colors. This alebrije is handcrafted by artisans Zeny and Reyna of Mexico. The bull's tail is removable for easy shipping.
Each alebrije is unique, as the artist works with the individual shape of each specific copal branch to determine the final design.
Copal Wood and Maguey Cat Sculpture in Black from Mexico, "Excited Cat in Black"$27.99
Drawing inspiration from their cultural roots, Mexican couple Zeny and Reyna proudly paint this cat sculpture by hand, covering the animal in vibrant floral motifs against a black body. The playful cat is handcrafted of copal wood with maguey fibers, making a bright addition to any home.
Multicolored Wood Snail Alebrije Figurine from Mexico, "Rainbow Snail"$67.99
Husband and wife duo Zeny and Reyna from Oaxaca grew up with the tradition of carving (fantastical figurines of real and imagined animals); both of their parents were master carvers in that region's traditional folk art. Here they create a wonderfully colorful snail in great detail. The snail is carved by hand from copal wood and painted in a wide array of meticulous patterns. tradition descends directly from Mexico City artisan Pedro Linares (1906-1992). When he was 30, he became seriously ill and fell into a sort of coma. While he was unconscious, he had a most fantastic dream. He was caught between the land of the living and the dead; the place looked like a forest and was populated with creatures with body parts belonging to different animals. The beings repeatedly uttered the word , and when Linares woke up, he recreated these figures in vivid colors using papier mache techniques and called them . His work became famous and eventually influenced artisans in the state of Oaxaca who decided to craft using traditional wood carving methods and according to that region's world vision.
Retablo Folk Art Wall Mirror, "Party of Masks"$49.99
This mirror reflects the festive traditions of the Andes, when people wear colorful and sometimes mystical masks to celebrate their patron saint. Alejandro Chávez crafts each mask by hand of ceramic. Known as a the diorama's intricate hand-shaped figurines are housed in a colorful wood chest.