Alebrijes Wood Carvings

Alebrijes Wood Carvings

What is today popularly classified as Oaxaca wood carvings, otherwise called alebrijes wood carvings, are a perfect example of the vibrancy, fancy, and joy that infuses Mexican folk art. These famous little papier mache and wooden animals can now be found in museums...
Huichol Ceremonies

Huichol Ceremonies

The Huichol people are a native tribe in Mexico, located primarily in the western states such as Jalisco, Nayarit, Zacatecas, and Durango, whose art is one of the most profound and colorful in the world. Huichol art is dedicated to depicting the sacred visions of...
Mexican Folk Art Gallery

Mexican Folk Art Gallery

Folklore Bazaar – The expression of a people’s culture… Welcome to Folklore Bazaar, a friendly Mexican folk art gallery located in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico dedicated to the most exquisite Mexican artworks and crafts. Mexico’s folk art is a collectors dream,...
Mexican Folklore

Mexican Folklore

As is the case for most cultures, Mexican folklore is an integral part of the Mexican national identity. Weaving their way through the common psyche of the Mexican people, stories, legends, superstitions, proverbs and customs all form part of Mexican folklore....
How is Mata Ortiz Pottery Made?

How is Mata Ortiz Pottery Made?

Mata Ortiz pottery is one of the most collectable ceramic arts in Mexico, and also one of the most beautiful. But what do we know about how Mata Ortiz pottery is made and its history? The History of Mata Ortiz Pottery Widespread trade of Mata Ortiz pottery began with...