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by Marianne Romero - Mexico

Yarn Painting - Ode to Antelope Canyon

Original price $378.00 - Original price $378.00
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$378.00 - $378.00
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The Handmade Original Yarn Painting - Ode to Antelope Canyon is inspired by the warm daylight colors that embrace you while walking through Antelope Canyon. The embroidered bird, a messenger for all the birds that fly above the canyons, soars above magnificent rocks that embody the history of the Earth.

This stunning yarn painting is made with 100% cotton yarn and gold leaf, threaded together to create a synonymous movement of textures and vibrant colors. Add this bright painting to your walls and be transported to a wild and earthly natural environment.

Cotton yarn and wood panel

20" x 20" (50.8cm x 50.8cm)
2lb. (907.18g)



  • Only con size available.

Please note, this item is made to order and will take 30 days to create. Once it is ready it will be delivered to you within 10-14 business days.

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  • Please handle with care and avoid manipulating the fabrics and materials.
  • Stay away from moisture, dusty environments, and rough surfaces that could potentially damage the piece.
  • To clean any dust build-up, lightly brush it off using a toothbrush.
  • If one of the strands comes off, apply white glue on the side of the strand that faces the wood panel.
  • Marianne Romero

    Marianne Romero is a multidisciplinary Mexican artisan, inspired by the indigenous peoples of Mexico, specifically Huichol art, and Bohemian culture.

    She works with threads and textiles to create magnificent yarn paintings, capturing the sensations of nature through the movement of the threads. Integrating her art into earthen material, Marianne also crafts beautiful and delicate ceramic objects and jewelry.
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