Weaving and other textile arts in Guatemala are done by the indegenous people of that country. This art is learned within the home and workshop environment from a very early age. Because many Guatemalan weavers begin to weave when they are very young they often have great skill by the time they are fourteen or fifteen years old.
Accessorizing? Look no more, choose jewelry designer Annie Hammer!
Jewelry designer Annie Hammer out of Tucson, Arizona works with unusual materials such as stingray, kyanite, amethyst, abalone, druzy, and various other semi-precious stones. She also uses snakeskins, different kind of woods, bone, feathers, crystal points, boar's tusks, and humanely sourced shed antlers that litter the forest.