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This beautiful image was created and inspired by a vision of Grandmother Flordemayo.  She tuned into her Mayan heritage, with the perimeter being the sacred daylords and the four directions. Then, in the center is the holy Ceiba Tree that appeared in a dream. The ceiba was the most sacred tree for the ancient Maya.

According to the Maya, the four colors of corn (white, red, blue/black, and yellow) represent the four races of humanity. The four colors of corn also represent the sacred four elements (fire, Earth, air, and water). The four colors of corn also hold the essence of the four sacred directions.

Each matte canvas comes with a back hanging already included for convenient placement. The frame is made with profile radial pine ethically sourced from renewable forests.

- Materials: cotton & polyester composite & pine wood 
- Comes in 30 different sizes
- Horizontal, vertical, and square options available
- NB! Due to the production process of the canvases, please allow for slight size deviations with a tolerance of +/- 1/8" (3.2mm)

Sacred Mayan Vision Matte Canvas, Stretched, 1.25"