Black pottery is all hand made and exquisite.





Note that instead of the potter’s wheel as we know it, they use two disks and hand-turn the top one.



The kiln.

The following are intricate wood carvings done in a village factory.




Some pieces take months to complete.









Day of the Dead masks are displayed all of the Oaxaca area.


Ex-Convento Santo Domingo – Museum of Oaxacan Cultures.

I never found out the story behind this…





Finally a hand made rug factory. Here is the owner and originator in front of some naturally died yarn.

This family business has all the family members involved.


A street vendor making his art for all to see.

While selling her crafts, this woman is making more. She is wearing the traditional dress of her village.