Multicolor Alpaca Tapestries(29 items)
David Laura Zanabria Wool rugs and tapestries
"Through my art I want to reveal the Andean people and our capacity to redeem the past."
Popular Multicolor Alpaca Tapestries
Handwoven Alpaca Blend Surreal Tapestry from Peru, "A Man Dreams"$359.99
David Laura Zanabria adapts a surreal style to explore the psyche of a sleeping man. Appearing as fragmented images, birds, faces and animals come to life in a palette of vivid colors. The master artisan works in an alpaca blend, woven by hand on a traditional Andean loom.
Titled "Sueños del hombre" in Spanish.
Chakana Condor Bird Alpaca Blend Tapestry from Peru, "Apu Kuntur"$349.99
Symbolizing the stairway to the heavens, the cross is a geometric symbol that evokes the Andean cosmovision. Peruvian artist David Laura Zanabria creates this stunningly mystical tapestry, which depicts a condor bird with the body of a chakana that soars beneath the rays of the sun. Zanabria works on a traditional loom to hand-weave this tapestry from an alpaca blend. This piece is named in Quechua. Apu means "God" or mountain, and also refers to the Apu mountain spirits. Kuntur is the Quechua word for "condor."
Signed Alpaca Blend Inca Themed Tapestry, "Inti Raymi"$364.99
Peruvian artisan David Laura Zanabria creates this stunning tapestry on a traditional loom from alpaca blend yarns on a cotton warp. The tapestry depicts an Inca man participating in , the Inca Festival of the Sun. The event was a tribute to the Sun God, Inti--the most venerated deity in Inca religion. A bright sun burns overhead, and mountains and pyramids rise behind the figure.