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Folk art encompasses art produced from an indigenous culture or by peasants or other common people. It is often learned through serious apprenticeships or passed down among family members from generation to generation. It is important that the patterns, motifs, techniques, and materials of folk art have special significance and can reveal a great deal about a culture or society to which it belongs. It remains simple and decorative in its appeal because the crafting and everything involved in folk art reveal much about the essential values or characteristics of a society.