Folk Art Collective Origins
We are a group of Mexican folk artists living in towns throughout Mexico and Wisconsin.
We are a group of artists from different towns in Mexico and Mexican artists living in the USA. Through pottery (barro), cartonería (a traditional technique stronger and smoother than papier-mâché) sculptures and masks, textiles, and corn husk creations, we are happy to share our culture and traditions with you. Some of us work in a family studio, some of us have a traditional heritage passed down from generation to generation, and some of us are experimenting with a combination of traditional and contemporary techniques, but we all respect and appreciate the work of each other.
See the Gallery post here: https://www.vivagallery.net/blog/encaustic-artist-carissa-brudos-is-vivas-july-guest-artist-5dzgl-nalgx-xl29w-ndsh9-99ygc-5mz3d?fbclid=IwAR16jzcNWexheYwcz1XIZ-w7EGTmT6N_Vmd9garospxloWMIvkvWHD98wiM