This is a photograph of a yarn painting by Cristobal Gonzalez, a Huichol Indian from Mexico. The painting is in the private collection of Don Dulchinos. It is entitled Symbol of Reunarra, and is described by the artist as follows:

Here is where the shamen are making offerings in the sacred place called REUNARRA and they eat peyote to be able to communicate with their gods. At the hour of arrival they see the sun traveling and transforming into various forms where the sun is explaining what each transformation means and the NEARIKA (sacred symbol) which is peyote is the one that teaches the shamen and singers and this is how they receive their knowledge and ability of shamanism.