WILD WOOD at the
Armadillo Christmas Bazaar!
Dec 14-24, 2017    11 am-10 pm

Joan has once again, assembled beautiful  textiles, Meso American animals, beaded items and other art that you have been waiting to see in BOOTH L-1!

Check out a few new offerings you will see at the
Armadillo Christmas Bazaar! 
Dec 14-24, 2017    11 am-10 pm



Textiles —Art—Carvings

Meso-Amerian Folk Art is colorful, cultural and very collectible.  Visit our new shopping outlet to compliment our booth at the yearly Armadillo Christmas Bazaar.

From Joan Griffith:

“We realize that not everyone can travel with us as we explore the Americas. For more than 40 years, I have been lucky enough to do that. I have seen amazing things and met incredible people. I have seen beautiful art, eaten wonderful food, and walked in places few people ever wander.  I want to share some of what I experience with you as I continue my journeys through North, Central and South America. Go with me to visit these people and take a peek at their cultures.  Periodically, I will post a blog on my site, http://Meso-AmericanFolkArt.com.
If you would like to join the list to subscribe to the blog and the photos, just hit the button below and enter your information.”
I have listed a link to my first blog for you to read. https://meso-americanfolkart.com/blogs/news/the-magic-of-luis-pablo
It is an interesting look at Luis Pablo, one of Oaxaca, Mexico’s most talented artists. I have attached some photos of Luis and some of his animals. You can also look through our website to view some additional pieces and understand the movement and life he instills in his work. Hope you enjoy the adventure.”

Come with us. Join the magic!

You don’t even have to leave the house.

The art at the top was created by artist: Aldo Melchor Location: San Martine Tilcajete, Oaxaca, Mexico.

This interpretive fox can have you believing in shapeshifters. A unique face and the strong infusion of movement give this guy a magical feel. A special piece from a talented artist.
Hand carved and painted on a single piece of native copal wood. 13″ long 4″ tall 5″ long    For more details: