We’ll only do 3 shows this Spring, because of our new presence at the Tallahassee Regional Airport. Please visit us there, or at the following shows:
** Worm-gruntin’ Festival, Saturday April 13, in Sopchoppy, Fl.
**Wakulla Springs Wildlife Festival, Saturday, April 20, at Wakulla Springs State Park, 9:00-4:00
**Florida Folk Festival, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, May 24, 25, 26 at the Stephen Foster State Park, White Springs, Fl.
Stained glass mirrors from a new artisan in Baja. 12″ hand=held. Beautiful designs. $32.00
Embroided on a velveteen fabric, these purses can accommodate glasses or a cellphone, with a zippered side pocket for money or credit cards. 3 1/2″x7″. $10
Delicate beading or secondary embroidery adorns these 5″x7″purses; lined, with a zipper and velcro closure, they are pretty enough for casual or evening wear. $18.00 Many colors available.
We shopped in Cuernavaca the very first day at our favorite tianguis (crafts booth) with Isabel Camacho. Her family’s beadwork is incredible! Next, to Taxco for silver, bobblies, and many other crafts from the state of Guerrero. Last, we went to the mystical town of Tepoztlan, where bamboo instruments are part of the incredible crafts (and food) markets. On the way home, a lovely view of Popo from the airplane window.
Native masks adorn the facade of one of Taxco’s famous shops. Taxco is also the home of the primary silver market where most of Arte Mexico’s silver is mined and crafted. An amazing jewel of a city, built on the side of a mountain in the state of Guerrero, between Mexico City and Acapulco.