deux belles creations
There is always something going on in Santa Fe. What an exciting place to live!
I went to the Spanish Market several years ago and was soooo impressed! I bought 2 retablos of San Pasqual for my kitchen. I think I'm a better cook now!!! :)
A lot of interessant things to find on this market !wish you a happy week
Mr. Lopez does very good work. That bulto is lovely. (Your link to "bulto" needs fixing, Randy.)
Interesting and unusual artworks :-)
Very nice Randy!
Such brilliant color!
Looks like an evangelist in a traveling redemption church tent.
I would love to see Mr. Lopez's works in person. His rendition of the Virgin is wonderful!
i like the one that looks like a farmer in the field.
Is this an auction? Looks like it.
I've enjoyed the whole series on the Spanish markets Randy, a lot of wonderfully colourful and significant artwork here. I'd love to see what you went away with!!
I agree with Kathy. Something is always shaking in Santa Fe.
He is very talented!
I've got to get new glasses...at first I thought the title of your post was "Spanish mackerel" and thought, "I've caught some of those!"Yipes! You do have a lot of interesting artsy stuff in your town!
Beautiful... the colors are so rich!
I wish I could hop over to Santa Fe for all these wonderful markets and events!
This is nice, I hope we get to see more things from this event.
Great vibrance in these colors. I'll take all three items, please.
I am really enjoying your series. These artists have such interesting works.
Do you ever get tired of seeing such neat stuff? I didn't think so! :-)
I like retablos!
I'm enjoying your photos of art from the Spanish Market.
A very colorful market!
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