hh: red & white kitchen
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Lucha Libre Máscaras
HH: Every swap meet in town has vendors selling these.
Mexican folk art mask making
Evidence of mask making in the country extends for thousands of years and was a well-established part of ritual life in Mexico when the Spanish arrived. In the early colonial period, evangelists took advantage of native customs of dance and mask to teach the Catholic faith although later, colonial authorities tried to ban both unsuccessfully. After Independence, mask and dance traditions showed a syncretism and mask traditions have continued to evolve into new forms, depicting Mexico’s history and newer forms of popular culture such as lucha libre. Most traditional masks are made of wood, with others made from leather, wax, cardboard, paper mache and other materials.
Old Wooden Doors of La Pearla - Glendale, AZ
Parking Lot Mural - Lucha Libre in an Eternal Match
Kitchen Island Design
Cat Drama - Catuday March 8, 2014
Horse Kid riding his Father
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