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The jaguar is a sacred 
symbol of the Huichol
indian's Shaman
culture.  

Huichol mask presents
ancient symbols in  seed beads 
and beeswax. ARCHIVE IMAGE

Folk art by the Huichol
Indians depicts a gentle,
colorful doe. 

Bright, bold stag in
created in exquisite 
bead work. ARCHIVE IMAGE

The Huichol Indians 
capture the lonesome 
howl of the desert
coyote.
 
ARCHIVE IMAGE

A blue deer is the most sacred animal in the Huichol culture... here he is adorned with other creature imagery. 

A colorful coiled serpent and a peyote jar are another fantastical example of the folk art that the Huichol Indians are know for . 

Scorpions, horny toads, wheat shafts and snakes are intricately rendered on the sacred jaguars head.
  

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San Angel Folk Art Gallery
Voted "Best of San Antonio's Art Galleries" &
"Best Folk Art Collection in the U.S."

110 Blue Star
San Antonio, TX 78204

Located in Southtown
less than a mile from San Antonio's downtown attractions,
the Riverwalk and the Alamo

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