Adorable Chihuahua that is sure to brighten your mood!
Oaxacan woodcarving is a relatively new art form, originating in the early 1980's by the late Manuel Jimenez. He was the creator of these whimsical figures, carving them while tending to animals in the fields. They are hand carved from copal wood, initially with a machete and then with other rudimentary tools. The figures are then painted in intricate designs, often by the women. The result is a one of a kind piece of folk art , to be enjoyed for many years .
Wonderful hand made ceramic scene of a campesino (farmer ) with his dog. Fine details in sculpture and painting. Made by the family of the late Alfonso Castillo , featured in the book "Great Masters of Mexican Folk Art".
The perfect cake topper! Made of ceramic. Together in Life and Death!!
Handmade in Puebla.
Day of the Dead or "Dia de los Muertos" is a Mexican holiday celebrated thru out Mexico on Nov.1 and 2nd to remember the dead . The souls of the dead are welcomed back to join the living in a celebration with traditional foods, drink and music.
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