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The tradition of wood carving for masks and toys has been a part of Mexican culture for a long time. However, the brightly painted Oaxacan Wood Carvings, produced in several small villages outside of the city of Oaxaca, dates back only to the 1970's. Master carver, Manuel Jimenez, who passed away in 2005, is the original creator of this art form.
These popular wood carvings, also known as alebrijes run the gamut from animals, religious icons, muertos and fantastical creatures. The shapes, sizes and colors are only limited by the artists' imagination. There are many noteworthy Mexican folk artists specializing in Oaxacan Wood Carvings. Far Flung Arts brings you a variety of wood carvings from small animalitos to grand master collectibles.
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Oaxacan Wood Carving Rhinoceros oaxacan wood carving Oaxacan Wood Carving Mandril by Armando Jimenez
Oaxacan Wood Carving Armadillo by Armando Jimenez Oaxacan Wood Carved Frame by Delfino Gutierrez Oaxacan Wood Carving Polar Bear by Armando Jimenez
Mexican Two-Faced Unpainted Mask by Ivan Fuentes Oaxacan Wood Carved Flower Cross Oaxacan Wood Carved Buffalo by Luis Sosa Calvo
Mexican Devil Mask by Joaquin Hernandez Vasquez Mexican Coyote Mask by Joaquin Hernandez Vazquez Oaxacan Wood Carved Primitive Pig by Alejandro Lopez Juarez
Oaxacan Wood Carved Primitive Deer by Alejandro LopezJuarez Oaxacan Wood Carved Deer by Agustin Vasquez Oaxacan Wood Carved Lizard by Agustin Vasquez
   
 
Oaxacan Wood Carvings - Authentic Mexican Folk Art
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