This beautiful mesa cloth reflects weaver Monica Suclle Phacsi’s precision in spinning and weaving complex symbols in straight fine rows. The four rows contain a variety of Inti (Sacred Light and Sun), and Chunchu Inti Pupu figures (foretelling the return of the great era of the Inca through Inkarri). All Q’ero weavings are visual poetry that express the Q’ero people’s intimate and reciprocal relationship of AYNI with all elements of the universe. The wide black bands represent the uncultivated fields of the pampa. Monica created this stunning mesa in her home in Kiku, Q’eros, under the watchful gaze of sacred Apu Mama Rosa. 26 x 26 inches. 66 x 66 cm. Your purchase includes a photo of Monica’s husband holding your new mesa cloth.
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To learn more about Q’ero weaving and watch them spin and weave, watch this brief video: Weaving in the Q’ero Nation.