Spring Folk Art(35 items)
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Made a great gift
I had the Two Fridas box sent to a friend for her birthday. She loved it!! It came wrapped in several layers of wrapping , so she said half the fun was unwrapping it. Made a unique gift. Thank you Ana for your artistry!
this lil creature has brought me joy
The details of this lil beastie are intricate the colors go with everything. I really get so much joy from this, I thank the artists for their vision.
Wonderful, intricate detail! Easy to hang and lightweight, but also has a flat bottom if youd rather display it on a shelf
Arturo Aj Canil Traditional Guatemalan wood masks
"I'm the father of five beautiful daughters and I'm totally in love with them. They are the ones who keep me going every day."
"My late uncle was the first in the family to become a wood-carver and I was always passionate about... read more
Popular Spring Folk Art
Hand-Painted Owl Ceramic Wall Ornament with Flowers, "The Wisest Bird"$39.99
Bring a touch of whimsy to any decor with this delightful wall ornament. Working in Mexican style, Maria and Esteban select a bright array of colors to decorate an owl. Green, blue and turquoise doves pose amid pink and yellow flowers in a delightfully intricate folk art design.
Yellow and Green Copal Wood Alebrije Porcupine Sculpture, "Cute Porcupine"$29.99
This cute little porcupine invites you to experience the rich artisanal history of Mexico, crafted of copal wood with maguey plant fiber spines. Mexico's Zeny and Reyna work together to craft this wonderful sculpture, painting it by hand with hues of bright green, yellow, red, and blue for a vibrant look.
Mexican Decorative Box in Decoupage featuring Frida Kahlo, "Two Fridas in Turquoise"$29.99
Ana Maria González pays tribute to Mexican artist Frida Kahlo with this antique-style decorative box. Crafted of pinewood, it depicts the famous 1939 self-portrait "The Two Fridas" on the lid. The box's body is decorated with flowers and dragonflies over a turquoise blue sky. Immortalized in film, Kahlo and her great love – muralist Diego Rivera – were leaders in Mexico's artistic and intellectual world during the first half of the 20th century.