Capture the color.

Mexico, Oh Mexico.

3 weeks ago I came to Mexico to share my ideas and  quilting techniques to both Artists and Quilters alike. I have a history in Mexico going back 8 years now. I’m very lucky to have made so many wonderful friends here. I love everything, the art, the people, the designs, the food and of course the color.

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The art of Sergio Bustamante.

Now its time to leave and I’m both sad but ready to move on.

I mentioned in a previous post that I was able to go the Artisan Market in Uruapan. I posted the images of the beautiful embroidered blouses.

Today I share with you images as we walked through the city and more of the art in the market.

The streets were narrow with tall pavements. I have to jump down to the road when I cross the road. The buildings are brightly colored and there seems to be little building regulation. However, that adds to the delight.

Color.

6 Comments Add yours

  1. Sharon Lee says:

    Thank you for sharing your beautiful photos, insights and photos regarding Mexico. I’ve never really been there even though we’re close being in Arizona. I must make a meaningful trip

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    1. Pam Holland says:

      Sharon, there is so much to see here. I have had a wonderful adventure.

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  2. Everything you have posted regarding Mexico makes me wanting to go to visit this beautiful country again. I am so drawn to the vibrant colors in everything you have posted , the pictures are stunning. I am too a quilter and my quilts are colorful but don’t even get close to the hues in your pictures. Will you come to the Sttates and teach a class in the future, I am intrigued by your technique

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    1. Pam Holland says:

      Ursula…. it’s wonderful here, we need to do more quilters tours… we had one to San Miguel but people booked too late… maybe in 2017.

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  3. Judy McElwee says:

    Hey Pam did you buy the Sergio Bustamante? I would change some of the colors but I’d like the opportunity to buy the statue art. Hope you are having fun and doing well. ~Judy from the African trip Nov. 15

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    1. Pam Holland says:

      Judy, yes I did. I found out it is sold in Santa Fe, but I think it would be more expensive. I love it.

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