Monday, May 8, 2017


The next couple of days in San Miguel were devoted to scouting out the local artisans, both at Fábrica La Aurora (a converted cotton mill housing many galleries and studios where you can actually see the artists at work and, if you have time and plan ahead, take a workshop yourself) and at the Mercado de Artesanias ( a couple of pedestrian streets filled with booths selling all sorts of local handicrafts), and on all the streets in between.

Setting off for Fábrica La Aurora with Patty and Outdoor Woman

Fiber Woman, of course, was entranced by one of a kind ensembles featuring hand-painted fabrics.
Pottery by husband and wife duo DaNisha
So much eye-candy, so little time.


Patty Reed said...

You have really captured the special ambience of San Miguel de Allende. Second visit really helps the eye capture all of the special places.

Hill Country Hippie said...

Thanks Patty! So glad you were able to join us on this adventure. Really loved having you there. Come on down to Wimberley sometime soon!