Contorsionista de Puémape. Ceramic, Cupinisnique style, Perú, 1500-500 BC. Museo de Arte de Lima

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Illustration by Carol Rodríguez for Objective Convergence Rattle with designs of a raven and a woman Haida, British Columbia, Canada (inferred), 1850-1880 National Museum of the American Indian 15/6845 © Carol Rodríguez

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Images:
- Contorsionista de Puémape. Ceramic, Cupinisnique style, Perú, 1500-500 BC. Museo de Arte de Lima © Carol Rodríguez
- Female-figure rattle⁠ Classic Veracruz, Mexico, 200-600 CE⁠ National Museum of the American Indian 23/9576⁠ Illustration by Carol Rodríguez for Convergence⁠ © Carol Rodríguez⁠
- Lúcuma with monkey, Ceramic, Chimú-Inca style, Perú, 1100-1532AD. Gran Museo Cálidda. © Carol Rodríguez
- Carol in the process of illustrating a Chimu feline inspired in the design of an ancient textile now belonging to a private collection. © Carol Rodríguez
- Musician with a wind instrument. Ceramic, San Juanito style, Jalisco, Mexico, 300 B.C.E. – 600 C.E. Museo Amparo. Drawn by Carol for Convergence © Carol Rodríguez
- Illustration by Carol Rodríguez for Convergence. Rattle with designs of a raven and a woman, Haida, British Columbia, Canada (inferred), 1850-1880, National Museum of the American Indian 15/6845 © Carol Rodríguez

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