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"The hands, eyes and heart of the Maestro"

9a Feria
12-14 de noviembre, 2010
Viernes y sábado 10 a.m. a 5 p.m.
Domingo 10 a.m. to 4 p.m
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Club de Yates Chapala,
Chapala, Jalisco, Mexico

 

Maestros 2010
Videos de la Feria, click aqui

Feria Exposición Maestros del Arte AC es una organización sin fines de lucro establecida en México y en Estados Unidos. Cada año se realiza la exposición en Chapala, Jal. Y su finalidad es la de promover el arte indígena y popular de México. Los artistas invitados son de todo México y se utiliza el siguiente criterio de selección:

  • La calidad de su trabajo.
  • Que su arte haya pasado de generación en generación o
  • Que sea un artista no conocido y que su trabajo merezca ser reconocido
  • Todas las artesanías deben ser hechas a mano por el artista y se deben utilizar solo productos naturales en su producción.


Los siguientes artistas asistirán a la Feria 2010 y aparecen en el libro “Los Grandes Maestros del Arte Popular” Para acceder a la página de Fomento Cultural Banamex da click aquí.
(click en los fotos para un temaño mas grande the photo to see a larger version).

Alfonso Castillo Orta Family - (Puebla) Árboles de la Vida
Cecilia Bautista - (Michoacán) Award-winning Purépecha black with light-blue stripes (and often feathers and/or beads in the fringe) rebozos
José García Antonio - (Oaxaca) ceramista ciego, José es conocido por su increíble habilidad de recrear la figura humana de memoria.
Guadalupe Hermosillo Escobar - (Chiapas) famosas cruces de hierro fundido de San Cristóbal de las Casas
José Ojeda - (Jalisco) mundialmente famosos cuchillos hechos a mano.
Francisca Tulais Urbina y Lucina Tulais López - (Michoacán) marquetería

Otros sobresalientes artesanos que también vienen . . .

Marco Abarca -(Oaxaca) - retablos
Salvador Aguirre - (Jalisco) increíble arte hecho de obsidiana
Alfareros de Patamban - (Michoacán) cooperativa de cerámica pintada a mano, usan la vida diaria como su inspiración.
Jacobo Angeles Ojeda & María del Carmen Mendoza Alebrijes, figuras talladas en madera.
Arte Amuzgo - Odilon Merino Morales - (Oaxaca) Huipiles hechos a mano
Arte Papel Vista Hermosa S.C. de R.L. de C.V. - (Oaxaca) handmade paper jewelry
Mauro Azua - (San Luis Potosi) fused glass — plates, etc. — incredible and unique
Enrique Badillo Aguilar - (Guanajuato) tinsmith extraordinaire
Emilio Barocio Yacobo - (Michoacán) handcarved wood alebrijes
Felipe Benítez Miranda - (Guanajuato) unusual Nahuatl alebrijes (carved wood animals) and paintings
Casa del Rebozo Cooperative/Armandina Cruz García - (Jalisco) A cultural cooperative dedicated to preserving and teaching women the craft of weaving rebozos (shawls).
Mario Casimiro Téllez, José Hernández Garcia & Carlos Herndández García - (Michoacán) handcarved wood furniture
Enedina and Eliseo Castillo Castillo - (Michoacán) Traditional handcarved wood masks, religious objects, Catrinas and much more
Roberto Castro Hernández - (Michoacán) hand-hammered copper
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
Natalio Chichipan Estrada - (Michoacán) ceramics - terracotta and white, blanco y negro (black and white), barro bruñido (burnished) and alta temperatura (high-fire)
Cocucho - (Michoacán) this distinctive and easily recognized pottery comes from a remote Purépecha Indian village in the state of Michoacán.
Corporación Equipales SC de RL - (Jalisco) a cooperative of families in Zacoalco de Torres working together making incredible equipales
José Luis Cortéz Hernández - (Jalisco) Extraordinary bruñido pottery
Ruth Cortés Rodríguez - (Guanajuato) silvered Alpacca cutlery, boxes, jewelry, purses, etc.
Roberta (Berta) Cruz - (Oaxaca) alebrijes (whimsical handcarved wood figures)
Alvaro de la Cruz & Family - (Michoacán) Extraordinary handmade ceramic catrinas (skeleton figures dressed in finery)
Miguel Fabian Pedro - (Oaxaca) the famous barro negro (black) pottery of San Bartolo Coyotepec, Oaxaca
José Flores - (Jalisco) original clothing designs embroidered in silk and handmade leather purses and shoes.
Delfina Garcia Hernandez - very fine embroidery including earrings and other accent pieces
Guadalupe García Rios - (Michoacán) Hi-fired unique ceramics of the highest quality
J. Ignacio Garcia Rosales - (Jalisco) molcajetes and other handcarved items from volcanic rock
Adrian González López Elpidio - (Oaxaca) unusual and unique items handmade from totomoxtle (cornhusks)
Pedro Hernández Carlos - (Michoacán) The famous pineapple (piña) pottery taken to a new level by this creative artist.
Pedro Hernández Cruz - (Guanajuato) papier maché
Huichol Center for Cultural Survival and Traditional Arts - (Jalisco) incredible jewelry made from the tiniest seedbeads available, other bead and string work pressed into beeswax
Zenaida Lazo Hernández - (Oaxaca) velas (candles)
Julio Laya Chichicaxtla, Leobardo Espiritu Rocha - (Puebla) unbelievable handmade amate paper
Marío Lopez - (Michoacán) furniture, lamps, all types of items made from the natural reed called chuspata
Rocio Luna Moreno & José G. Espinoza - (Michoacán) Wood retablos, finely painted ceramic masks
Fidel Martínez Martínez - (Oaxaca) Figures from the famous barro negro (black) pottery of Oaxaca
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
Pedro Mendoza Gutierrez - (Oaxaca) handwoven rugs and carpets
Martina Navarro de Saint Phalle - (Michoacán) Wood and guaje (a kind of hollowed, broad-based gourd) using the technique called macque (natural earth pigments) to decorate the pieces.
Original Friends - Women's Prison Project - (Jalisco) handmade cloth dolls
Patti Orozco Casarea and Enrique Urincho - (Michoacán) Breathtaking and unique handwrought copper jewelry
Angel Ortiz Gabriel & Angel Ortiz Arana - (Jalisco) Barro bruñido (burnished pottery). Both are members of Grupo Tradicional Tonalteca.
Miguel Paredes - (Puebla) Whimsical Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) figures, boxes, items that are becomming very difficult to find in Mexico.
Don Emilio Pinto Escobar - (Colima) Rangeliano-style nacimientos (nativity scenes) and ceramics.
Puerta del Cielo Cooperativa - Marco Antonio Martínez - (Michoacán) cooperative representing exquisite madonnas/virgins/angels handmade from paper maché, unique one-of-a-kind jewelry
Zenaida Rafael Julian - (Michoacán) whimsical handcrafted ceramic creatures from the mountain puebla of Ocumicho
Juan José Ramos Medrano - (Jalisco) The creative and extraordinary barro betus (a birch resin applied to add shine and brillance to the piece) ceramics
Pedro Ramos Morales - (Jalisco) Pre-Hispanic ceramic reproductions including technico plumbate, which turns the pottery black.
Camelia Ramos Zamora and José Mancio - (México) Handwoven rebozos (shawls)
José Manuel Robles - (Jalisco) painter who expresses Mexican rural life in his own unique style
Francis & Rodolfo Rodríguez - (Michoacán) whimsical and creatively handmade wood nichos, retablos, lifesize chairs
Paola Rosendo - (Guerrero) beautiful lacquerware (mirrors, boxes, gourds, animals and much more)
Luis & José Ruíz Ramírez - (Jalisco) Huichol shaman chairs called uwene and unique Huichol jewelry
Arturo Salgado Tellez - (Oaxaca) Filigree and cartoneado jewelry
Flora Maria Sánchez Arias - (Chiapas/Jalisco) silver and amber jewelry with an "old-Mexico" flare
José Luis Serrano Carrillo - (Mexico) Arboles de la Vida (Trees of Life)
Teófila and Bertha Servin Barriga - (Michoacán) Hand-embroidered clothing, scenes on manta cloth and much more.
Tribes Mixes - (Oaxaca) incredible handcarved wood alebrijes.
Diego Valles and Carla Martínez - (Chihuahua) the "world famous" thin-walled pottery of Mata Ortiz
Enedina Vásquez - (Oaxaca) Ceramics of natural earthtones
Guadalupe (Lupita) Vega Velázquez - (Jalisco) bordados (embroidery) — extraordinary designs made in her flawless technique
Vida Nueva Cooperativa (Weaving Rugs & Carpets - Creating opportunities for Zapotecan women) - cooperative of only women who hand-weave rugs and carpets
Zegache - Talleres Comunitarios - (Oaxaca) cooperative that handcrafts mirrors and other objects based on historical data gathered in restoration work
 

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