Market of Paintings by
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  Paula Nicho Cumez is unquestionably the most important living Maya woman artist in Guatemala today. She began as a weaver, and learned to paint from her husband Salvador Cumez Curruchich. Her themes are among the most original of any of the Maya artists. She often paints themes that come to her through her dreams. Paula revisits many of her best themes. With experience her skill in applying paint to the canvas has increased so that the quality of her recent paintings is exceptional. We now have posters available of a few of her most important paintings. These posters are available only through Arte Maya.
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Melodia de Paz
[Melody of Peace]
37" x 26"
$3000
Q'a B'anobal
[That which is Ours]
25" x 33"
$3000
 
 
Ru K'ux Ya
[Heart of the Water]
24" x 18"
$1000
Corazon del Cielo y la Tierra
[Heart of the Sky and the Earth]
24" x 18"
Sold to L.A.
 
 
 
PAINTINGS ON HOLD
 
Ruk'ux Je'el [Corazon del Maiz/The Spirit of Corn]
18" x 24"
SOLD to J.A.:
Paula Nicho Cumez
 Proceso y Visión de los Acuerdos de Paz
[The Process and Vision of the Peace Agreement]
39" x 29"
SOLD to R.M.
 
 
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