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  1. Mata Ortiz Pottery Moroni Quezada Medium Matte Black And Highly Polished Pot With Black Angular Design
    $360.00
    Moroni Talavera Quezada is the young son of living legend Lydia Quezada, the youngest of Juan Quezada's siblings. Moroni, his sister Pabla and their mother are considered by many to be some of, if not THE most talented of the famous Quezada family. Moroni Quezada is one of the finest second generation potters, and consistently creates the highest quality of pottery coming from the Casas Grandes / Mata Ortiz region. While having been recently married and embarking on his new career after graduating from the University, Moroni still finds the time to craft museum quality pottery that honors the tradition established by his mother and father, Rito Talavera. Congratulations to a fine talent and an incredible person! I love this pot and have been a bit slow to list it, having purchased it awhile back! It is my favorite of the more difficult to find medium sized pots The angular lines of the pot are perfectly executed, and are made even more eye catching with the contrast of the highly polished areas on the matte black surface. This one is simply gorgeous and really speaks to us! Perfectly formed, thin walled and light weight.. this is a museum quality piece.Very contemporary in it's style, yet based in tradition. The pot is formed of a gorgeous matte black base of clay and then accented with highly polished areas that have been hand burnished with an agate stone. This is the signature style of Moroni's mother Lydia Quezada. Throw in the fact that the pot was hand formed without the use of a potter's wheel using clay that the artist's dig personally from the surrounding countryside, and painted with a homemade paint brush using long strands of human hair.. and you have a true masterpiece! Learn More
  2. Mata Ortiz Pottery Ivonne Olivas Matte Black Clay With White And Tangerine Paint Sculpted Top Pot
    $89.00
    Ivonne Olivas is a very well known potter from the village of Mata Ortiz, Mexico. She began making pottery at the young age of 13, and has developed her skills to achieve great precision in her work. Her pots are thin walled, affordable, and expertly painted. She also studied under Juan Quezada, as her aunt is Juan's wife... nothing better than being taught by the great master of Mata Ortiz Pottery!! Ivonne Olivas took third place in her category at the 2017 Concurso, the juried art show sponsored by the Mexican government. We just love the flared top on this pot! The matte black clay takes on an almost chocolate brown color and then Ivonne accents it with white and tangerine paint. The combination is just strikingly beautiful! And the sculpted top adds another perfect touch! This piece was signed by the artist, and a pottery display ring will be included with your purchase at no additional cost. Learn More
  3. Oaxacan Wood Carving Saul And Alma Aragon Incredible Medium Purple Octopus
    $140.00
    This is the more difficult to find medium to large sized version of my favorite wood carving from Saul and Alma Aragon, and the one that I look to as their signature piece. We are so excited to be able to actually feature these here on our website. They normally sell out at our museum shows before we ever get a chance to list them. We met this wonderfully talented couple on one of our last trips to Oaxaca, and we are so excited to now carry their spectacular wood carvings! Saul and Alma are from Arrazola, a beautiful town just outside of Oaxaca City, and the village that many would call the birthplace of the Oaxacan Wood Carvings. Arrazola is located close to the famous ruins of Monte Alban and the newly opened ruins at Atzompa. The area is rich in history and tradition, and you can readily see the traditional patterns displayed prominently in the designs of Saul and Alma. The family has been carving these fantastic pieces since the 1980's, and their expertise really shows. Although paying homage to the traditions of the past, Saul and Alma are always looking towards the future as well. Saul is the President of the EcoAlebrijes Association, a cooperative of fifteen families from Arrazola that are committed to respecting the natural resources used in their work, and protecting the future of the copal trees from which the carvers craft these fantastic creatures that we all love so much. We especially love their reforestation projects! This octopus is full of whimsy and special creative details.. perfect in both the actual carving and the painting. It has such a spectacular and hard to achieve sense of movement in the wild tentacles flying through the air in circular movement!! I just love this! And the painting technique is full of a wonderful texture with raised painted circles in a burst of cheerful color! I just cannot say enough good things about this spectacular carving! This piece was signed by the artists, and there are no removable parts! Grab this one! Learn More
  4. Oaxacan Wood Carving Javier Blas Green Dragon
    $48.00
    One of our favorite trips on our travels in Oaxaca has to the village of San Pedro Cajonos! Situated high in the mountain Sierra Zapoteca three hours from Oaxaca City, this is one of the most idyllic settings that one may ever find! Perched at the top of the mountains, with sweeping views of the surrounding canyons and distant pueblos, San Pedro Cajonos kisses the clouds and shines in its art forms. Most famous of San Pedro Cajonos artists, is the Blas Family of wood carvers. There style is so unique, and can be identified readily upon sight. Bright colors, and fine painting are their hallmarks. You just have to love the whimsy and creativity in these dragon wood carvings! So cool and so unusual! This figure is hand carved and painted by Javier Blas, the son of Medardo Blas Sr. It is a gift that Javier has learned from his father, as Medardo passed away from a brain tumor and no longer able to do his art. Javier commented to us about the beauty of being able to carry on his father's art form. I love it! Nicely painted and a great size, this dragon will make an affordable addition to your collection. A stand out piece at this price! Signed by the artist, the crown, wings, tongue and ears are removable for safe shipping. Learn More
  5. Oaxacan Wood Carving Jose Blas Purple And Red Dragon
    $68.00
    One of our favorite trips on our travels in Oaxaca is to the village of San Pedro Cajonos! Situated high in the mountain Sierras three hours from Oaxaca City, this is one of the most idyllic settings that one may ever find! Perched at the top of the mountains, with sweeping views of the surrounding canyons and distant pueblos, San Pedro Cajonos kisses the clouds and shines in its art forms. One of the most famous of San Pedro Cajonos artists, is the Blas Family of wood carvers. Their style is so unique, and can be identified readily upon sight. Bright colors, and fine painting are their hallmarks. Jose Blas is the son of the very famous David Blas, and we love the sense of humor and whimsy in his work! One of my personal favorites of his work has to be these incredible dragons! The wings, tongue and top feather are removable for safe shipping, and the piece is signed by the artist. Learn More
  6. Oaxacan Wood Carving Eleazar Morales Medium Green Sting Ray
    $89.00
    I love this amazing sting ray wood carving! It is just fantastic in the detail of it's carving and the incredible painting technique! Crafting such a finely detail work of art on a smaller scale just further heightens the degree of difficulty in this beauty! Only in his thirties, Eleazar Morales has already achieved the status of a master in wood carving... his true genius of talent is just awe inspiring. Although his brother is the very well known and highly collected Susano Morales, Eleazar's work is quite distinctive. He began carving at the young age of 14, and furthered his artistic development by studying the work of his world famous neighbor Manuel Jimenez. When Manuel Jimenez would discard a woodcarving that did not suite him, Eleazar would study the scraps left behind to further his knowledge of the art of wood carving. Eleazar has certainly come a long way from such a humble beginning, and now his work is shown in galleries around the world. His work is very fine in both the carving detail and the incredible realistic painting done with a very steady and precise hand. We just love the sense of movement in much of his work, and how the painting really reflects the nature of the animal. Eleazar Morales is one of our new personal favorites, and we are so excited to be able to share his work with you! This medium sting ray would make a perfect and unusual addition to your collection! Grab it while you can, as Eleazar's work tends to sell out quickly. The piece was signed by the artist, and there are no removable parts. The curving tail and fins are just amazing, and they add the perfect sense of movement to this piece. And I love the really cool and modern color combinations. Make sure to check out the attention to detail even on the underbelly of this piece! Learn More
  7. Oaxacan Wood Carving Fidel Blas Multi Color Standing Armadillo
    $60.00
    One of our favorite trips on our travels in Oaxaca is to the village of San Pedro Cajonos! Situated high in the mountains three hours from Oaxaca City, this is one of the most idyllic settings that one may ever find! Perched at the top of the mountains, with sweeping views of the surrounding canyons and distant pueblos, San Pedro Cajonos kisses the clouds and shines in its art forms. One of the most famous of San Pedro Cajonos artists, is the Blas Family of wood carvers. Their style is so unique, and can be identified readily upon sight. Bright colors, and fine painting are their hallmarks. I absolutely love the Blas Family wood carvings! This brightly colored armadillo by Fidel Blas is just so cool! Nicely painted and a great size, it will make an affordable addition to your collection. A stand out piece at this price! The tail, ears and paws are removable for safe shipping, and the piece is signed by the artist. Learn More
  8. Oaxacan Wood Carving Eleazar Morales Giraffe Family
    $275.00
    Only in his 30's, Eleazar Morales has already achieved the status of a master in wood carving... his true genius of talent is just awe inspiring. Eleazar's work is quite distinctive amongst the carvers, and the rest of his well known family. He began carving at the young age of 14, and furthered his artistic development by studying the work of his world famous neighbor Manuel Jimenez. When Manuel Jimenez would discard a woodcarving that did not suite him, Eleazar would study the scraps left behind to further his knowledge of the art of wood carving. Eleazar has certainly come a long way from such a humble beginning, and now his work is shown in galleries around the world. His work is very fine in both the carving detail and the incredible realistic painting done with a very steady and precise hand. We just love the sense of movement in much of his work, and how the painting really reflects the nature of the animal. Eleazar Morales is one of our personal favorites, and we are so excited to be able to share his work with you! This giraffe family is one of the best I have seen! I just love it! So sweet with the baby walking next to the momma! This carving is full of whimsy and detail. There is such a lovely and difficult sense of movement in the sculpturing of the bodies and long legs.. Each giraffe in this giraffe family is signed by the artist, and the only removable parts are the tails, ears and ossicones on the top of their heads. Learn More
  9. Oaxacan Wood Carving Rene Xuana Museum Quality Green Horse
    $98.00
    A newer artist for us at DeSilva Imports, we fell in love with the work of Rene Xuana on one of our recent trips to Oaxaca. Rene Xuana is part of the famous Xuana Family of San Martin Tilcajete. He is a notably skilled wood carver who has a great sense of both whimsy and reality in his carvings.Rene is well known for how masterfully he is able to carve figures out of one solid piece of copal wood.. a feat that many artists never even attempt! His wife Rudbelia is an expert painter who does fine work with much precision. It is a pleasure for us to be able to share their work with you! These horses are elegant yet full of the flair and whimsy that we love in Mexican Folk Art! I love the sense of movement in this piece, with the raised leg and the curved tail! Museum quality at an affordable price. There are no removable parts, and the piece is signed by the artist. Learn More
  10. Fran Garcia Vasquez Clay Figurine Tehuana Woman Tree of Life Monkeys
    $120.00
    Truly special! This is fourth generation Aguilar Family work! The artist is Fran Garcia Vasquez. the transgender daughter of Demetrio Garcia Aguilar. Demetrio is the son of Josefina Aguilar. It is really exciting to see how these traditions are passed down within the family, and we love being a part of it even in just a small way. Fran has won awards for her work, including being an award recipient from the Friends of Oaxacan Folk Art juried award show, which recognizes and promotes the work of artists under the age of thirty. Fran has been invited to present her work internationally recently, both in Milan, Italy and in New York City. We love the level of careful detail in Fran's work. Beautifully crafted and magnificently painted, Fran's work is currently some of the best coming from the Aguilar Family. Tree of Life representations in clay originated in the neighboring Mexican State of Puebla, in the village of Izucar de Matamoros, but also became the symbolic craft of the town of Metepec located in the State of Mexico. While there are many modern interpretations, such as the one used in this fantastic sculpture made by Fran, Tree of Life purists only refer to them as true representations if they include the Garden of eden, as they were originally used in the Spanish colonial period to teach biblical stories to the indigenous population after actively destroying symbols that included the Gods that the native population previously worshiped. The image of the proud Tehuana Woman, whose dress style was favored by Frida Kahlo, is native to Oaxaca itself though. The Tehuana women come from the city of Tehuantepec in the Istmo Region of Oaxaca, Mexico. Tehuantepec is considered to be the center of Zapotec Culture in the Isthmus Region. The women there are famous for being the primary group allowed to be vendors in the markets of the city, and are fiercely independent. Up until the 1970's, then men were actually prohibited from being vendors in the markets. Even today they make up the majority of vendors and will often challenge male vendors for intruding upon their territory, even questioning their manhood for daring to intrude upon their territory. As a result the women control most household finances, and are able to spend money as they please, which is something usually controlled by the men in much of Mexico. But the Tehuana women are also famous for their beautiful and intricate traditional dress, that has become symbolic for Oaxaca.In this sculpture, Fran has combined the best of both worlds to show the tree of life radiating out from the Oaxacan Tehuana Woman, and has included images of the monkey who some say symbolize good luck in that it brings out the more joyful inner child in oneself, with a more playful outlook on life. This sculpted clay piece is Mexican Folk Art at it's finest! Fran has done a great job sculpting this figure with the utmost detail. It is signed by the artist. This sculpted clay piece is Mexican Folk Art at it's finest! Fran has done a great job sculpting this figure with the utmost detail. It is signed by the artist. Learn More

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