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... so fascinating, that by the time Javier shepherded us into the pottery factory for our demonstration, he had lost half the tourgroup. Not Anne and Jenn though!
We were shown pottery being made, from the clay wheel right through the glazing process in the kiln, to painting then re-glazing. Paco is an artist who demonstrated how he hand-paints wax onto the pottery with a cats' hair brush. His staff are also very talented with steady hands filling in the ...
We found the 6 Esquinas where the procession was to begin and found many people gathered about waiting for the procession. Then we heard the marching band and some Aztec drumming and saw the procession heading our way. In less than 60 seconds, it was done. About 20 Aztec dancers, the Lady Guadalupe image in a frame being carried by ...
... pieces available at reasonable, but yet close to the NOB pricings. We've been told that the next little community Tonala is where all this stuff comes from - but at prices even cheaper than Tlaquepaque (pronounced Te-la-ka-pok-eh) so this may be slated for our return trip whenever.
We stopped around noon for lunch at one of the local restaurants and were treated to a Tamarine Margaritas with the glass rimmed in ...
... lots of work came from the enthusiasm of local kids and adults,” says Center President Moonyeen King. “We put out a flier explaining that the theme for the new mural would be a history of the flora and fauna of the Tepehua area and that residents were welcome to help out. They turned up in droves to pitch in or just watch. It had become a real community ...
We did a lot of walking around the village of Tlaquepaque, checking out art stores and several of the workshops including touring a well-known potter's studio (Paco Padilla). Chris also visited a few of Guad.'s museums on Tuesday which is the day that you can visit the museums for free. Here are the a few of the photos that we ...