Photos of Partner Artisans in the Ampiyacu River

by amazonecology November 02, 2012

Yagua family in Santa Lucia de Pro.  Photo by Anna Loshkin/Center for Amazon Community Ecology

Yagua family in Santa Lucia de Pro. Photo by Anna Loshkin/Center for Amazon Community Ecology


Yagua artisan at Santa Lucia de Pro. Photo by Campbell Plowden/Center for Amazon Community Ecology

Yagua artisan at Santa Lucia de Pro. Photo by Campbell Plowden/Center for Amazon Community Ecology


Traditional masks made from calabash fruit pods.  Photo by Campbell Plowden/Center for Amazon Community Ecology

Traditional masks made from calabash fruit pods. Photo by Campbell Plowden/Center for Amazon Community Ecology


 Yagua artisan Mariela from San José de Piri with woven doll hammock. Photo by Campbell Plowden/Center for Amazon Community Ecology

Yagua artisan Mariela from San José de Piri with woven doll hammock. Photo by Campbell Plowden/Center for Amazon Community Ecology


Bora native artisan Camila and grand-daughter in Puca Urquillo. Photo by Campbell Plowden/Center for Amazon Community Ecology

Bora native artisan Camila and grand-daughter in Puca Urquillo. Photo by Campbell Plowden/Center for Amazon Community Ecology


Bora native artisan Pedro with calabash Amazon wildlife ornamentsin Puca Urquillo. Photo by Campbell Plowden/Center for Amazon Community Ecology

Bora native artisan Pedro with calabash Amazon wildlife ornamentsin Puca Urquillo. Photo by Campbell Plowden/Center for Amazon Community Ecology


Ocaina native artisan Pamela hanging yellow dyed chambira palm fiber in Nueva Esperanza, Peru. Photo by Campbell Plowden/Center for Amazon Community Ecology

Ocaina native artisan Pamela hanging yellow dyed chambira palm fiber in Nueva Esperanza, Peru. Photo by Campbell Plowden/Center for Amazon Community Ecology


Ocaina native artisan Rosa weaving chambira palm fiber bag in Nueva Esperanza, Peru. Photo by Campbell Plowden/Center for Amazon Community Ecology

Ocaina native artisan Rosa weaving chambira palm fiber bag in Nueva Esperanza, Peru. Photo by Campbell Plowden/Center for Amazon Community Ecology


Huitoto native artisan Cherly Flores Ribeira with armadillo ornament in Puca Urquillo, Peru.  Photo by Campbell Plowden/Center for Amazon Community Ecology

Huitoto native artisan Cherly Flores Ribeira with armadillo ornament in Puca Urquillo, Peru. Photo by Campbell Plowden/Center for Amazon Community Ecology





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