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  1. Demetrio Garcia Aguilar Large Clay Mourner With Candle Angels Altar
    $295.00
    Demetrio Garcia Aguilar is the son of Josefina Aguilar, and this is amazing third generation Aguilar Family work! 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. Demetrio is one powerhouse of an artist! He is a true artist in that his work is thoughtful, unique and constantly pushing the bounds of what we normally see in his medium. Demetrio uses traditional themes, but always adds his own spice and twist to each theme. Familiar subjects take on whole new meanings in his creations. And there is always an intense attention to detail, provoking both visual and intellectual responses. I love this gorgeous piece!! It is one of my very favorites!! The depiction is consistent with the religious and indigenous traditions that surround you in Oaxaca. The female mourner is holding a candle, just like those lit inside the churches on a daily basis in memory of a loved one, or in prayer for the health and happiness of another. She has a traditional rebozo shawl over her head, a paractice that has become a central indigenous symbol of practical feminine dress. The rebozo can be used more modernly as a shawl, but it is traditionally worn by indigenous women in the marketplace to carry their babies, on the head as a base to balance a basket of products on their head, or as a head covering for religious celebrations such as in this depiction. At the base of this large figure, Demetrio has placed a smaller version of the mourner, kneeling at an altar with the Virgen de Guadalupe. The mourner is surrounded by angles, who carry her prayers to heaven. The pink roses that surround the mourner are a particularly beautiful addition, and the facial expression evokes emotion. I just love this piece! Learn More
  2. Fernando Jimon Tonala Clay Ceramics Burnished Pottery Great Masters Of Mexican Folk Art Birds And Flowers Design
    $275.00
    Fernando Jimon Melchor represents more than five generations of traditional ceramics from Tonala, Mexico. His work is noted for a modern flair that still adheres to the traditions of his famous family. Born in 1971, Fernando says he first became interested in pottery at the young age of seven, and became active in pottery making at the age of nine. He participated in his first competitions on both a local and international level at only thirteen years of age, and after receiving such a high level of reception, he decided to dedicate himself to the art of pottery. Fernando went on to win more national awards than we can even mention! His work is full of fine and minute detail, expertly crafted to the highest level of precision. As a recognized master artisan, he was invited to join Herencia Milenaria de Tonala in 2006, the association promoting the work of the ancient heritage of Tonala, Mexico in the new millennium. He served as president of this organization, one of the most prestigious group of artists in Mexico, from 2009 to 2012. Fernando continues to win award after award on a national level in Mexico for his incredible detailed and beautiful work. He works in the style known as Barro Brunido or Barro Bandera, roughly translating as Burnished (or highly polished pottery achieved through hand polishing) and banded design pottery. Fernando Jimon is who we would warmly consider as one of the great voices of today's folk art in Mexico. His pieces are the ones that, out of your whole collection, you will treasure in the future. They are hard to come by, and true representative of fine quality Mexican Folk Art! Grab it while you can! These are not pieces that you will see everywhere you turn! One of a kind and truly museum quality artistry! Learn More
  3. Fernando Jimon Tonala Clay Ceramics Burnished Pottery Great Masters Of Mexican Folk Art Birds And Flowers Design Cazuela Bowl

    Regular Price: $395.00

    Special Price $350.00

    Fernando Jimon Melchor represents more than five generations of traditional ceramics from Tonala, Mexico. His work is noted for a modern flair that still adheres to the traditions of his famous family. Born in 1971, Fernando says he first became interested in pottery at the young age of seven, and became active in pottery making at the age of nine. He participated in his first competitions on both a local and international level at only thirteen years of age, and after receiving such a high level of reception, he decided to dedicate himself to the art of pottery. Fernando went on to win more national awards than we can even mention! His work is full of fine and minute detail, expertly crafted to the highest level of precision. As a recognized master artisan, he was invited to join Herencia Milenaria de Tonala in 2006, the association promoting the work of the ancient heritage of Tonala, Mexico in the new millennium. He served as president of this organization, one of the most prestigious group of artists in Mexico, from 2009 to 2012. Fernando continues to win award after award on a national level in Mexico for his incredible detailed and beautiful work. He works in the style known as Barro Brunido or Barro Bandera, roughly translating as Burnished (or highly polished pottery achieved through hand polishing) and banded design pottery. Fernando Jimon is who we would warmly consider as one of the great voices of today's folk art in Mexico. His pieces are the ones that, out of your whole collection, you will treasure in the future. They are hard to come by, and true representative of fine quality Mexican Folk Art! Grab it while you can! These are not pieces that you will see everywhere you turn! One of a kind and truly museum quality artistry! Learn More
  4. Fernando Jimon Tonala Clay Ceramics Burnished Pottery Great Masters Of Mexican Folk Art Fish Design
    $275.00
    Fernando Jimon Melchor represents more than five generations of traditional ceramics from Tonala, Mexico. His work is noted for a modern flair that still adheres to the traditions of his famous family. Born in 1971, Fernando says he first became interested in pottery at the young age of seven, and became active in pottery making at the age of nine. He participated in his first competitions on both a local and international level at only thirteen years of age, and after receiving such a high level of reception, he decided to dedicate himself to the art of pottery. Fernando went on to win more national awards than we can even mention! His work is full of fine and minute detail, expertly crafted to the highest level of precision. As a recognized master artisan, he was invited to join Herencia Milenaria de Tonala in 2006, the association promoting the work of the ancient heritage of Tonala, Mexico in the new millennium. He served as president of this organization, one of the most prestigious group of artists in Mexico, from 2009 to 2012. Fernando continues to win award after award on a national level in Mexico for his incredible detailed and beautiful work. He works in the style known as Barro Brunido or Barro Bandera, roughly translating as Burnished (or highly polished pottery achieved through hand polishing) and banded design pottery. Fernando Jimon is who we would warmly consider as one of the great voices of today's folk art in Mexico. His pieces are the ones that, out of your whole collection, you will treasure in the future. They are hard to come by, and true representative of fine quality Mexican Folk Art! Grab it while you can! These are not pieces that you will see everywhere you turn! One of a kind and truly museum quality artistry! Learn More
  5. Fernando Jimon Tonala Clay Ceramics Burnished Pottery Great Masters Of Mexican Folk Art Floral And Geometric Design
    $275.00
    Fernando Jimon Melchor represents more than five generations of traditional ceramics from Tonala, Mexico. His work is noted for a modern flair that still adheres to the traditions of his famous family. Born in 1971, Fernando says he first became interested in pottery at the young age of seven, and became active in pottery making at the age of nine. He participated in his first competitions on both a local and international level at only thirteen years of age, and after receiving such a high level of reception, he decided to dedicate himself to the art of pottery. Fernando went on to win more national awards than we can even mention! His work is full of fine and minute detail, expertly crafted to the highest level of precision. As a recognized master artisan, he was invited to join Herencia Milenaria de Tonala in 2006, the association promoting the work of the ancient heritage of Tonala, Mexico in the new millennium. He served as president of this organization, one of the most prestigious group of artists in Mexico, from 2009 to 2012. Fernando continues to win award after award on a national level in Mexico for his incredible detailed and beautiful work. He works in the style known as Barro Brunido or Barro Bandera, roughly translating as Burnished (or highly polished pottery achieved through hand polishing) and banded design pottery. Fernando Jimon is who we would warmly consider as one of the great voices of today's folk art in Mexico. His pieces are the ones that, out of your whole collection, you will treasure in the future. They are hard to come by, and true representative of fine quality Mexican Folk Art! Grab it while you can! These are not pieces that you will see everywhere you turn! One of a kind and truly museum quality artistry! Learn More
  6. Fernando Jimon Tonala Clay Ceramics Burnished Pottery Great Masters Of Mexican Folk Art Man On Donkey And Deer
    $275.00
    Fernando Jimon Melchor represents more than five generations of traditional ceramics from Tonala, Mexico. His work is noted for a modern flair that still adheres to the traditions of his famous family. Born in 1971, Fernando says he first became interested in pottery at the young age of seven, and became active in pottery making at the age of nine. He participated in his first competitions on both a local and international level at only thirteen years of age, and after receiving such a high level of reception, he decided to dedicate himself to the art of pottery. Fernando went on to win more national awards than we can even mention! His work is full of fine and minute detail, expertly crafted to the highest level of precision. As a recognized master artisan, he was invited to join Herencia Milenaria de Tonala in 2006, the association promoting the work of the ancient heritage of Tonala, Mexico in the new millennium. He served as president of this organization, one of the most prestigious group of artists in Mexico, from 2009 to 2012. Fernando continues to win award after award on a national level in Mexico for his incredible detailed and beautiful work. He works in the style known as Barro Brunido or Barro Bandera, roughly translating as Burnished (or highly polished pottery achieved through hand polishing) and banded design pottery. Fernando Jimon is who we would warmly consider as one of the great voices of today's folk art in Mexico. His pieces are the ones that, out of your whole collection, you will treasure in the future. They are hard to come by, and true representative of fine quality Mexican Folk Art! Grab it while you can! These are not pieces that you will see everywhere you turn! One of a kind and truly museum quality artistry! Learn More
  7. Fernando Jimon Tonala Clay Ceramics Burnished Pottery Great Masters Of Mexican Folk Art Miniature Lidded Jar Birds And Flowers

    Regular Price: $495.00

    Special Price $395.00

    Miniature work is my all time favorite, and the pieces that personally always collect! Expert level museum quality painting is never easy, but on a larger surface it is generally much easier than on a small surface area. The degree of difficulty and precision in an expertly crafted museum quality miniature is just incredible. Few artists even attempt it! Such a steady hand and an expert's touch is required in these pieces, and to me, they are worth every penny. Fernando Jimon Melchor's miniatures never disappoint! They are jaw dropping gorgeous!!Fernando Jimon Melchor represents more than five generations of traditional ceramics from Tonala, Mexico. His work is noted for a modern flair that still adheres to the traditions of his famous family. Born in 1971, Fernando says he first became interested in pottery at the young age of seven, and became active in pottery making at the age of nine. He participated in his first competitions on both a local and international level at only thirteen years of age, and after receiving such a high level of reception, he decided to dedicate himself to the art of pottery. Fernando went on to win more national awards than we can even mention! His work is full of fine and minute detail, expertly crafted to the highest level of precision. As a recognized master artisan, he was invited to join Herencia Milenaria de Tonala in 2006, the association promoting the work of the ancient heritage of Tonala, Mexico in the new millennium. He served as president of this organization, one of the most prestigious group of artists in Mexico, from 2009 to 2012. Fernando continues to win award after award on a national level in Mexico for his incredible detailed and beautiful work. He works in the style known as Barro Brunido or Barro Bandera, roughly translating as Burnished (or highly polished pottery achieved through hand polishing) and banded design pottery. Fernando Jimon is who we would warmly consider as one of the great voices of today's folk art in Mexico. His pieces are the ones that, out of your whole collection, you will treasure in the future. They are hard to come by, and true representative of fine quality Mexican Folk Art! Grab it while you can! These are not pieces that you will see everywhere you turn! One of a kind and truly museum quality artistry! Learn More
  8. Fernando Jimon Tonala Clay Ceramics Burnished Pottery Great Masters Of Mexican Folk Art Miniature Lidded Jar Nahual Animal Spirit Deer And Fish

    Regular Price: $595.00

    Special Price $495.00

    Miniature work is my all time favorite, and the pieces that personally always collect! Expert level museum quality painting is never easy, but on a larger surface it is generally much easier than on a small surface area. The degree of difficulty and precision in an expertly crafted museum quality miniature is just incredible. Few artists even attempt it! Such a steady hand and an expert's touch is required in these pieces, and to me, they are worth every penny. Fernando Jimon Melchor's miniatures never disappoint! They are jaw dropping gorgeous!!Fernando Jimon Melchor represents more than five generations of traditional ceramics from Tonala, Mexico. His work is noted for a modern flair that still adheres to the traditions of his famous family. Born in 1971, Fernando says he first became interested in pottery at the young age of seven, and became active in pottery making at the age of nine. He participated in his first competitions on both a local and international level at only thirteen years of age, and after receiving such a high level of reception, he decided to dedicate himself to the art of pottery. Fernando went on to win more national awards than we can even mention! His work is full of fine and minute detail, expertly crafted to the highest level of precision. As a recognized master artisan, he was invited to join Herencia Milenaria de Tonala in 2006, the association promoting the work of the ancient heritage of Tonala, Mexico in the new millennium. He served as president of this organization, one of the most prestigious group of artists in Mexico, from 2009 to 2012. Fernando continues to win award after award on a national level in Mexico for his incredible detailed and beautiful work. He works in the style known as Barro Brunido or Barro Bandera, roughly translating as Burnished (or highly polished pottery achieved through hand polishing) and banded design pottery. Fernando Jimon is who we would warmly consider as one of the great voices of today's folk art in Mexico. His pieces are the ones that, out of your whole collection, you will treasure in the future. They are hard to come by, and true representative of fine quality Mexican Folk Art! Grab it while you can! These are not pieces that you will see everywhere you turn! One of a kind and truly museum quality artistry! Learn More
  9. Fernando Jimon Tonala Clay Ceramics Burnished Pottery Great Masters Of Mexican Folk Art Storks And Deer Design
    $275.00
    Fernando Jimon Melchor represents more than five generations of traditional ceramics from Tonala, Mexico. His work is noted for a modern flair that still adheres to the traditions of his famous family. Born in 1971, Fernando says he first became interested in pottery at the young age of seven, and became active in pottery making at the age of nine. He participated in his first competitions on both a local and international level at only thirteen years of age, and after receiving such a high level of reception, he decided to dedicate himself to the art of pottery. Fernando went on to win more national awards than we can even mention! His work is full of fine and minute detail, expertly crafted to the highest level of precision. As a recognized master artisan, he was invited to join Herencia Milenaria de Tonala in 2006, the association promoting the work of the ancient heritage of Tonala, Mexico in the new millennium. He served as president of this organization, one of the most prestigious group of artists in Mexico, from 2009 to 2012. Fernando continues to win award after award on a national level in Mexico for his incredible detailed and beautiful work. He works in the style known as Barro Brunido or Barro Bandera, roughly translating as Burnished (or highly polished pottery achieved through hand polishing) and banded design pottery. Fernando Jimon is who we would warmly consider as one of the great voices of today's folk art in Mexico. His pieces are the ones that, out of your whole collection, you will treasure in the future. They are hard to come by, and true representative of fine quality Mexican Folk Art! Grab it while you can! These are not pieces that you will see everywhere you turn! One of a kind and truly museum quality artistry! Learn More
  10. Fran Garcia Vasquez Clay Day Of The Dead Mourner Holding Candle Surrounded By Skulls
    $65.00
    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. This Day of the Dead figurine features a traditional woman mourner, which is quite a creative twist on the Day of the Dead tradition that has been packed with unique detail. The mourner is holding a skull in her hands, along with a candle. She is wrapped in a traditional rebozo scarf, and has surrounded herself with marigolds. Marigolds are the traditional flowers that are used to decorate the altars that honor people's ancestors and other loved ones who have passed away. Mexican Folk Art at it's finest! Fran has done a great job sculpting this figure with the utmost detail. So cool, yet true to the traditions of Oaxaca! Learn More

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