Large Pucara Bull - Blue
Said to bring good luck and fortune to the household, these hand-painted, traditional "Pucará" bulls make a beautiful addition to any home.
Often seen in pairs, the Pucará Bull has a long history throughout the Peruvian highlands. You'll easily find them on rooftops while traveling through the Sacred Valley, often with a cross between the two bulls.
Made by Saida.
- 9 x 10 cm / 3.5 x 4 in
Daría, an Artisan in her 40s originally from the highlands of Peru, has been hand-looming her unique textiles for over 17 years. Through the Huaywasi Artisan Project, she is able to provide income for herself and her two daughters while working from home.
Nélida loves to knit. She first learned how to knit at twelve years old by watching her grandmother. In her free time, she enjoys taking a few moments to herself to practice yoga in her home, which she learned by attending yoga workshops with The Light and Leadership Initiative. Through the Huaywasi Artisan Project, she has learned new knitting skills and enjoys teaching them to her children.
Saida, an artisan that joined the Huaywasi Artisan Project in 2014, is the project's ceramicist. Learning from both LLI painting and ceramic workshops, Saida has developed impressive skills. Some of her favorite LLI workshops include Financial Education, Painting, and Nutrition. She is proud to help support her children and her husband thanks to Huaywasi.
Guillermina, an artisan in her 30s, learned to sew over ten years ago. Through her work with Huaywasi, she has developed her skills as a seamstress to make fashionable clothing using Andean fabrics. When she has the time, Guillermina likes to make a big Ceviche lunch for her and her family to enjoy. She uses the income she receives from the Huaywasi Artisan Project to support her two children and her nephew.
Through the Huaywasi Artisan Project, Herminia, an artisan in her 40s, has learned to craft a variety of accessories using authentic Peruvian fabrics. What she loves most about being part of Huaywasi is working from her own home, where she is able to comfortably care for her two daughters and contribute her earnings to her family.
Alejandra, an artisan in her 50s, first learned to knit in high school. When she isn't busy knitting, Alejandra also likes to cook. Her favorite Peruvian food to cook is Pachamanca - a traditional Andean dish that uses layers of root vegetables, meat, and potatoes, slow-cooked in the earth with hot stones - yum! Through the Huaywasi Artisan Project, she has learned new knitting techniques to help supplement the income from the local flower shop that she and her husband own.
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