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October 2016. More than 100 sensitive, intimate, full-color portraits of traditional people offer rare glimpses of Oaxacan village life. The companion vignettes are a beautiful blend of villagers’ personal stories and Mindling’s praise song to vanishing cultural traditions of Mexico.
A fun and fabulous resource guide for discovering the safest and most accessible regional markets, artisan festivals, and fairs throughout Mexico. Abundant insider tips and vibrant photos illustrate the adventure and will inspire you to travel along!
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September 2015 Traditional Weavers of Guatemala presents twenty artisans who share their personal histories, hopes, and dreams along with the products of their hands and looms.
March 2015 Maya Threads offers a fascinating exploration of the beautiful and intricate textiles of the Maya of Chiapas, Mexico,
When Walter F. Morris, Jr. (“Chip”) relocated to Chiapas, Mexico, in the early ’70’s, he was not just an outside observer looking in; rather, he quickly became active participant in the Mayan daily life.
2013 An unprecedented view into the life of traditional Andean weavers in Faces of Tradition: Weaving Elders of the Andes vividly portrays dozens of ancient weavers and the landscapes that they occupy in the Cusco region of the Andes.
2013 Beyond the Stones of Machu Picchu offers stunning views of Andean life through folk tales, stories with vibrant companion paintings by a renowned Incan artist.