Spanish Market is held in Santa Fe, New Mexico every year. It's an amazing event that attracts an estimated 70,000 visitors every year. I usually don't go because it's too crowded but my dad and his companion, Mary, invited me this year. We went early in the morning so there wasn't much of a crowd and it was still cool.
My first posting about Spanish Market can be found HERE.
Here are more photos from the day.
|a closeup of the piece above|
I love the vivid colors this artist uses.
The following two watercolors are done by one of my favorite local artist. Her name is Michelle Ferran. I love her use of color.
They are both behind glass - I tried to get a shot without much glare.
|This is an amazing wood carving.|
Do you notice anything "funny" in the photo above? I couldn't ask the gentleman in the red shirt to move while I snapped the photo......
|These ladies were dancing around the corner from the Plaza.|
|I would love to have a pair of boots like this!|
I hope you enjoyed this post. Perhaps it makes you want to put the Spanish Market on your Bucket List?