The Native American legend says that when an indian was burried with his feather headdress birds would fly up to the sky as a mourning signal, singing him a glorious goodbye. Today, it is said that when an indian comes back to earth the birds fill the sky to welcome him.
Tere Gottlieb made this piece of art while living in surf and windsurf paradise Matanzas, in Chile. She was inspired in the mandala tradition from...View full product details
Contrary to the majority of birds, owls are nocturnal and can hunt in the dark. They have big eyes, intensified senses and can move around...View full product details
Chilean artist Hugo Tapia said "this piece was inspired in the language of mandalas, the representative icons of good luck and the color speech of...View full product details