Tish Siemion works with Mayan artists in Mexico and Guatemala, Aztecs in Mexico, Tigua in Ecuador, and descendants of the Inca in Peru. Her booth at the Sedona Artist Market is a real eye-catcher with its colorful statues, masks, clothing, and jewelry.
We are thrilled to share some of Tish's pieces with you here, including these sumptuous Mayan bamboo scarves.
These unique fabrics are made of 100% organic bamboo. Hand-dyed and hand-woven by a women’s cooperative in the highlands of Guatemala, they blend sustainable and luxurious fiber with traditional Mayan craft.
Pictured are (1) a multicolored thicker fabric that measures 6ft long by 7.5in wide (8oz) and (2) a thinner fabric, also multicolored, that measures 4.5ft long and 6in wide (3oz). Please indicate scarf 1 or 2 in your order.
These are Mayan fair-trade items from Guatemala. Supporting these artisans helps them with long-term employment, nutrition, education, and reforestation programs.
Read more about Tish on the Sedona Artist Market blog here:
Mayan Bamboo Scarves
Please note that all sales are final.