Iconic bird of the southwest and a bird few artists attempt to carve.  This meticulous masterwork is done by one of the finest detailed carvers in Oaxacan Art.  Every feather is stylistically rendered with curved bowing long tail feathers and zygodactyl feet.  Victor created this piece with his wife Jesusita.

• Hand Carved and Methodically Sanded
• Punctiliously Painted by Hand
• Signature Signed by the Artists Victor and Jesusita
• Authentic Oaxacan Carving made from prized Copal Wood
• Origin of This Carving is the village of San Martin
• Single Block Carving
• Ascetically One of a Kind Celebrated Mexican Folk Art
• Museum Grade Top Tier Masterworks

Dimensions approx 8" L x 6" tall (medium)

What we love about this piece:  Victor Xuana was a miniature artist throughout most of the 1990's.  This correcamino is actually on the large scale and is a staggering single piece sculpture.  The feather patterns are painstakingly uniform and the many shades of white and grey add depth to it's pitch black color.  We recently saw a roadrunner in real life and were amazed that it has a black form with white speckles all over it so the colors are quite accurate.