Macehualiztli (Nagual Coyote)
Rituals and dances of worship and offering were a common denominator among the people of Mesoamerica.
This nagual coyote warrior represents one of the animals native to this continent in the act of offering a ritual dance to the gods, asking for glory in battle.
- Red cedar
- Acrylic paints
- Mercerized cotton
- Macaw, peacock, and marabou feathers
- Sterling silver
- Height: 100 cm
- Width: 80 cm
- Depth: 65 cm
- Wood carving: Isaías Jiménez Hernández
- Textiles: Inés Navarro Gómez
- Plumage: Iván Cruz López
- Silversmithing: Arturo Salgado