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Ceramic vessel in the form of a cacao pod, inscribed with a description of its function and the name and place of residence of its owner. Gran Museo del Mundo Maya, Mérida.

Ceramic vessel in the form of a cacao pod, inscribed with a description of its function and the name and place of residence of its owner.

Vessel in the Form of a Seated Ruler with a Pampas Cat, ceramic and pigment, 250/550 CE, Moche; North coast, Peru

Vessel in the Form of a Seated Ruler with a Pampas Cat, ceramic and pigment, CE, Moche;

Superb Mayan Pottery Head - Bat God

Superb Mayan Pottery Head - Bat God

Copan (Honduras)

Mayan Ruins, Dream Trips, Honduras, Prehistoric, Ancient History, Antiquities, Outdoor Adventures, Totems, Archaeology

Mayan Ruins at Chichen Itza Site, Chichen Itza, Yucatan, Mexico

Mayan Ruins at Chichen Itza Site, Chichen Itza, Yucatan, Mexico.awesome ruins to see in person.

Pair of Otters, Mexico, Colima, 200 BCE - CE 500. Courtesy of & currently located at the LACMA, USA. Via their online collections: M.86.296.161a-b.

Pair of Otters, Mexico, Colima, 200 BC - AD Courtesy of & currently located at the LACMA, USA. Via their online collections:

Mask; Guatemalan (Mayan style), jadeite, 250-850 AD (Classic)

Guatemalan (Mayan style), jadeite, AD (Classic) [Cross posted from Masks]

Amy Brener makes her sculptures by hand, using the most pedestrian of materials: concrete, resin, and pigment. She builds a wooden form-work to give each piece its shape, then pours dozens of layers of lavender and orange-tinted resin into the frame. As the resin layers cure, Brener embeds found objects--like mirrors--into the mold.

Amy Brener makes her sculptures by hand, using the most pedestrian of materials: concrete, resin, and pigment. She builds a wooden form-work to give each piece its shape, then pours…

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