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'Just Out of The Sea' by Joaquin Sorolla Y Bastida - 1863 - 1923, Spanish painter excelled in painting people and landscapes illuminated by the sunlight of his homeland, developing a style of depicting the effects of light in a manner distinct from that of the Impressionists. Fascinated by the natural beauty of the landscapes he lived in, particularly the beach scenes of his native Valencia, an expert at representing coastal light and billowing winds and created sun drenched works of art.

This beautiful, one-of-a-kind yarn painting was made by pressing thin strands of acrylic yarn into natural beeswax spread over a wooden board. Yarn art is made in limited quantities by the Huichol and Tepehuano Indians of southwestern Mexico. Written on the back of each painting is a description of the work, written in Spanish by artist Felix Bautista Ramos.

This beautiful, one-of-a-kind yarn painting was made by pressing thin strands of acrylic yarn into natural beeswax spread over a wooden board. Yarn art is made in limited quantities by the Huichol and Tepehuano Indians of southwestern Mexico. Written on the back of each painting is a description of the work, written in Spanish by artist Felix Bautista Ramos.

This beautiful, one-of-a-kind yarn painting was made by pressing thin strands of acrylic yarn into natural beeswax spread over a wooden board. Yarn art is made in limited quantities by the Huichol and Tepehuano Indians of southwestern Mexico. Written on the back of each painting is a description of the work, written in Spanish by artist Felix Bautista Ramos.

This beautiful, one-of-a-kind yarn painting was made by pressing thin strands of acrylic yarn into natural beeswax spread over a wooden board. Yarn art is made in limited quantities by the Huichol and Tepehuano Indians of southwestern Mexico. Written on the back of each painting is a description of the work, written in Spanish by artist Felix Bautista Ramos.

This beautiful, one-of-a-kind yarn painting was made by pressing thin strands of acrylic yarn into natural beeswax spread over a wooden board. Yarn art is made in limited quantities by the Huichol and Tepehuano Indians of southwestern Mexico. Written on the back of each painting is a description of the work, written in Spanish by artist Felix Bautista Ramos.