200 stories in textiles.

 

Santa Fe International Folk Art Market. 2016

There are no political divides, just pure enjoyment at the opportunity to meet over 200 artisans who came to the world’s largest international folk art market from more than 60 nations with a range of ethnic, cultural and economic diversity.

Every stall tells a story.

 

 

 

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5 Comments Add yours

  1. Joyce says:

    Pam, please share what the ‘knit or crochet’ bags in seventh photo down, what country, name, use are they intended? I have three from 30 years ago and love them, never knowing where they came from having purchased them from a garage sale. Thanks!

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  2. Diane Myers says:

    I have so enjoyed the pics & articles you have written on your travels & your family. For some reason I have not seen very much on my FB page of late. This article & exhibits are stunning. Please keep me as one of your followers.

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  3. Thank you for the beautiful journey.

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  4. lulubelleliz says:

    Thanks Pam for a glorious adventure in colour. Just brilliant.

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  5. Sue Buxton says:

    How marvelous – such colour and diversity in one spot.
    Sue Buxton

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