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"More than a Feria"

5th Annual - November 10, 11 and 12, 2006


2006 Maestros

Artists from Other Years: 2010, 2009 2008, 2007, 2005, 2004

Florentino Jimón Barba - (Jalisco) the famous bandera pottery of Tonalá
Nicasio Pajarito González - (Jalisco) the famous canelo pottery of Tonalá
Salvador Vázquez Carmona - (Jalisco) considered the finest artist of the famous bruñido (burnished) pottery of Tonalá
Silvano Aguirre & Saturnino Muñoz - (Jalisco) inlaid hand-carved wood
José Sagrario Pérez Pamatz, Jesús Pérez Ornelas & Napoleón Pérez Pamatz - (Michoacán) Copper
José Luis Cerda Báez - (Michoacán) carved wood in the Paracho style
José Ojeda - (Jalisco) "World famous"hand-crafted knives
Hilario Quezada (Juan Quezada's son) - (Chihuahua) thin-walled pottery
Hilario Alejos Madrigal - (Michoacán) pineapple pottery
Josefina Aguilar - (Oaxaca) ceramic figures
Betsabé Orozco & Delfina Segoviano de Orozco - (Oaxaca) fantastic papier maché figures
Magdalena Pedro Martínez - (Oaxaca) Monas de barro negro - figures of women in regional Oaxacan costumes made out of the famous black clay of Oaxaca
Margarita Fick - (Querétaro) Papel Picado (cut paper), beautiful images all accomplished through the art of paper cutting. Almost a lost art!
Juan Hernández Arzaluz - (México) Arbol de la Vida (Tree of Life), beautiful miniature versions of the famous Trees of Life, intricate beyond belief
Jacobo Angeles Ojeda & María del Carmen Mendoza - (Oaxaca) Alebrijes - carved wood figures
Prudencio Guzmán - (Jalisco) incredible original designs ceramic masks
Luis Pacheco Vazquez - (Chihuahua) fantastic silver jewelry
Bordados de Santa Cruz - (Michoacán) Hand-embroidered cotton manta
Agustin Cruz Tinoco - (Oaxaca) Alebrijes - carved wood figures
Cocucho - (Michoacán) this distinctive and easily recognized pottery comes from a remote Purepecha Indian village in the state of Michoacán.
Ricardo Hernández & Claudia Martínez - (Oaxaca) incredible miniatures so tiny they fit on a toothpick; miniature scenes made from recycled materials
Centro Indígena Huichol - (Jalisco) incredible jewelry made from the tiniest seedbeads available, other bead and string work pressed into beeswax
Martin Ibarra - (Jalisco) intricate ceramic virgins and other ceramic pieces
Isabel Mendoza - (Jalisco) Isabel's grandfather was one of the originators of straw art - straw is pressed into beeswax in the form of a painting or cuadra
Veronica Mendoza Antonio - (Oaxaca) intricate weaving with designs so fine it appears as if the finished product is printed rather than woven
Eustacio Ornelas - (Michoacán) woodcarver, masks and other incredible carvings
Pedro Hernández Cruz - (Guanajuato) papier maché
Camelia Ramos Zamora - (México) weaver of rebozos (shawls) extraordinaire
Juan Horta Castillo - (Michoacán) traditional maskmaker - one of the most sought after in Mexico
Ruth Cortés Rodriguez - (Guanajuato) silvered Alpacca cutlery, boxes, jewelry, purses, etc.
Manuel Ruiz Martínez - (Oaxaca) generations of rug weaving have honed the skills of this artisan
Enedina Vásquez - (Oaxaca) Ceramics, combined natural earthtones
Enrique Badillo Aguilar - (Guanajuato) tinsmith extraordinaire
Centro de Integración Tapalpa, A.C. - (Jalisco) this school is dedicated to nurturing the artistic, creative and academic potential of special-needs children - Papelmalecho, paper maché over recycled garbage
Julio Laya Chichicastla, Leobardo Espiritu Rocha - (Puebla) unbelievable handmade amate paper
José Flores - (Jalisco) original clothing designs embroidered in silk
Felipe Benítez Miranda - (Guanajuato) unusual Nahuatl alebrijes (carved wood animals) and paintings

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