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Featured vendors Saturday April 4, 2009

Tu Tienda Azteca

lunada

www.ttazteca.com

Itzpaplotl- Amelia Berumen

lunada

http://www.myspace.com/laboos

Desafio Qutur
lunada
Coma And Cotton

 

lunada

http://www.comaandcotton.com/

Jamie Lau

 

lunada


www.jamielaudesigns.etsy.com

Extra Fuerte

 

lunada

extrafuerte.etsy.com

Frolick

 

lunada

http://www.shopfrolick.com/

Raul Aguilar

 

lunada

http://www.raulaguilar.com/

David Tafolla

 

lunada
Till Death Do Us Part by D.Tafolla Copyright 2002

www.myspace.com/tafolla_art

Kingdom Cake

 

lunada

www.kingdomcake.com

Silly Dot

lunada

http://www.sillydot.net/index.php

Irina Kendrova

lunada

Irina’S

Beautiful things. Surprising sources.

The neck scarves and headbands you see are truly one-of-a-kind “recycled” products.
I stumbled upon the beautiful fabric samples at a tailor's shop – unfortunately, they were going out of business and had to clear their space.

The wonderful swatches I rescued now live a second life as glamorous headbands, shawls and other fun accessories for you to enjoy. No two are the same.

Enjoy!


Miriam Marrtinez

 

miriam

elcampsanto.com

La Tigresa Bags

miriam

www.myspace.com/tigresa74

 

 

 

VENDOR BIOS for Feb., 7 Bazaar

Raul Aguilar
Isaias Rodriguez
Maga Rincon
Laura Campos
Txutxo Perez
David Tafolla
Irina kenderova

Mirian Martinez was born in San Pedro Hueyahualco, a small rural town south of Mexico City, Mexico in 1978. She grew up in a small community that was rich in culture and traditions. As a result her art work is a blend of the traditional Mexican folk art that she grew up with and her own personal experiences as a female immigrant.In 2004 she graduated from Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles where she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Illustration. She currently resides in San Francisco, California.Artist StatementI illustrate colorful anecdotes from my childhood using unique imagery that many find intriguing. It is a way of connecting myself with my past and being able to share it with those who are unfamiliar with the Mexican culture. I want to keep my culture and traditions alive in mypaintings! miriamMiriam Marrtinez elcampsanto.com

 

Vera Costa

miriamclick to see bio

 

 

 

 

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