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 San Angel's New Features: 
Haitian Voodoo Banners: Voodoo or Drapo banners that depecting veve, the intricate symbols of the gods (or Loa) created by priest and flollowers, these banners are briliantly- colored mosaics of literally thousands of sequins and beads sewn onto satin and oftien trimmed in velvet. The works in this exhibit give us a window into the daily lives of the Haitian people giving great joy and hope amongst some of the worlds most difficult modern day problems and exemplify their will to survive and thrive in difficult times.
Big, Bad Broad 2008

Click here for past exhibits in the art gallery of San Angel

Greenware  
Vintage
Enrique Verde 
Aguilar 
 Castillo  
Medrano
Ocumicho
Demetrio Aguilar


Paper Figures
 Jon Karl Dawson
 Papel Picado 
Enrique Verde
 Maximiliano
  Castillo
Demetrio Aguilar

 Anima Solas

Anima Solas
Peter Grieves
Statues of Liberty
Jeri Moe 
Crosses 
Estrellas 
Luminarias
Tin Boxes

Recycled Art
African Collectables

Anima Solas
Isaac Smith 
Shane Campbell

  Statues of Liberty
Vintage 
Chris Maya
Hubert Walters
 
Masks
Santos
  J. L. Nipper 
African Collectables 
Masks de Michoacan
 de Ocampo 
 
Reverend 
Rev. Seymour Perkins
 
Nicholas Herrera

 Derek Webster


Panamanian palm baskets
 and Tagua seeds,
  African wire baskets

Jon Karl Dawson
 Mercury Balls 
Haitian Voodoo Flags

Bill Miller

Amazing Vintage Textiles from Guatemala, Mexico, Thailand, Myanmar.

Bill Miller
Haitian Voodoo Flags
Keith Davis
 

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