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These webpages are part of the Feria Maestros del Arte website - a yearly Mexican folk art show held in Chapala, Jalisco, Mexico. Each artist has appeared at the Feria in the past. For sales or information about an artist, please contact the artist directly — the contact information is on each webpage.

Artisans - Ceramics
David Aceves - (Jalisco) Sayula Mayólica has been revived
Hilario & Emilio Alejos Madrigal - (Michoacán) piña (pineapple) pottery. Featured in the book Great Masters of Latin America.
Alfareros de Patamban - (Michoacán) handpainted ceramic cooperative using daily rural life as their inspiration
Antsetik s'pas platones - (Chiapas) pottery 
Arte Casbal & María Luisa Balbuena Palacios - (Puebla) handpainted polychrome ceramics - trees of life, Catrinas, etc.
Emilio Barocio Yacobo - (Michoacán) ceramic Catrinas (skeleton fancily-dressed figures)
Alfonso Castillo Hernández - (Puebla) Trees of Life, ceramic figures. Featured in the book "Great Masters of Mexican Folk Art".
Colectivo Cuanari (Luceros de la Mañana) - (Michoacán) ceramics  (also see clothing/textiles)
Pablo Contreras Ruiz - (Michoacán) traditional green glazed ceramics known as barro vidriado
Alvaro de la Cruz & Family - (Michoacán) Extraordinary handmade ceramic catrinas (skeleton figures dressed in finery)
Esteban de la Cruz Miranda & Rodrigo de la Cruz Cabrera - (Guerrero) Extraordinary handmade ceramics
Olivia Domínguez Rentería - (Chihuahua) thin-walled ceramics
Sabina Elias Felipe - (Michoacán) famed devil figures from Ocumicho.
Escuela Nacional de Cerámica - (Jalisco) National School of Ceramics
Miguel Fabian Pedro - (Oaxaca) barro negro (black clay)
José Juan García Aguilar - (Oaxaca) ceramic figures. His famous mother, Josefina Aguilar featured in the book "Great Masters of Mexican Folk Art" will also be attending the show.
Guadalupe García Ríos - (Michoacán) high-fired unique ceramics of the highest quality
Juana Gómez Ramírez - (Chiapas) intricate ceramic jaguars, pots, and other ceramic items. Featured in the book "Great Masters of Latin America."
Grupo Ben Tsam - (Chiapas) clay animals
Grupo Santa Lucia - (Chiapas) Figures and pots made from barro (clay).
Herencia Milenaria, Tonalá, Jalisco - ceramic artisan group Herencia Milenaria Tonalá - (Jalisco) group of ceramic artisans from the town of Tonalá, Jalisco - barro betus, bruñido, alta temperatura, bandera, canelo, esgrafiado
Pedro Hernández Carlos - (Michoacán) The famous pineapple (piña) pottery taken to a new level by this creative artist.
Esperanza Hernández Díaz & Albertina Gómez Pérez - (Chiapas) traditional ceramic animals
Martin Ibarra - (Jalisco) intricate ceramic virgins and other ceramic pieces
Manuel Jerónimo Reyes - (Michocán) famous black ceramics from Santa Fe de la Laguna. Featured in the book "Great Masters of Latin American Folk Art."
María del Rosario & Agustin Jimon Barba - (Jalisco) barro bandera (colors of Mexican flag - green, red and white) miniatures
Angelica Morales - (Michoacán) black and white pottery
Alejandra Nuñez Guevara/Talavera de la Trinidad - (Puebla) - talavera
Daniel Paredes - (Puebla) intricately painted figures, retablos, etc.
Adelina Pedro Martínez - (Oaxaca) intricately beautiful barro negro (black clay) figures, etc.
Antonio Eurípides Pedro Gonzáles - (Oaxaca) black clay figures.
Silvia Martínez Díaz - (Oaxaca) pre-Hispanic molded clay pottery often with asas (handles)
Lucy Mora Sandoval - (Chihuahua) famous thin-walled Mata Ortiz pottery
Angel Ortiz Gabriel & Angel Ortiz Arana - (Jalisco) barro bruñido (burnished pottery).
Nicasio Pajarito González- (Jalisco) the famous barro canelo (cinnamon) pottery of Tonalá. Featured in the book "Great Masters of Mexican Folk Art."
Antonio Eurípides Pedro Gonzáles - (Oaxaca) black clay figures.
Juan José Ramos Medrano - (Jalisco) barro betus (a birch resin applied to add shine and brillance to the piece) ceramics
Manuel Reyes - (Oaxaca) - high-fired ceramic figures, etc.
Tiburcio Soteno - (Mexico) Arbóles de la Vida - Trees of Life
Cesar Torres Ramírez - (Puebla) talavera pottery. Featured in the book "Great Masters of Mexican Folk Art."
Susana & Erik Vásquez Hernández - (Veracruz) intricate relief ceramics

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