We’re pleased to offer selection of decorative Mexican folk art and jewelry from many places in Mexico and Latin America including: decorative pottery; Oaxacan tin mirrors and alebrijes (fantastical carved figures); Tarahumara baskets; Dia de los Muertos art; amate (bark) paintings, coconut masks and wooden plates from Guerrero.
Today, we are highlighting the gorgeous work of Agustina Martinez and Agustin Vargas, Nahua Indian artists from Guerrero. We’ve chosen three wooden plates and bowls ranging in size from small to large, ideal for a lovely splash of color as wall décor or placed on a table with fresh fruit or a salad. Each plate is delicately painted on a sturdy wooden plate, sealed with lacquer and signed by the artists. All Agustin’s and Agustina’s salsa bowls, vases, wooden bowls, platters and amate (bark paper) paintings are extremely fine work with vibrant colors. Click on the images to find more details about each item.
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Stay tuned for details about our upcoming residency at the Portland World Market located at Portland’s famous Saturday Market. Also, learn how to redeem your very own Mother’s Day special discount!