Gay Vallarta Condos
- La Palapa
- El Dorado ED
- Molino de Agua
- One Beach Street
- Playa Bonita condos
- Plaza Mar
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Gay Travel Guide
One block up from the Malecon boardwalk
PV art store with an extensive collection
from various indigenous cultures of Mexico: dance and ceremonial masks,
The Indigena gallery is one of my
personal favorites for gifts for my family and friends.
A walk through this gallery is a unique opportunity to admire and
acquire some of the quality works
The Indigena gallery is characterized for
its service and kind attention, receiving all visitors with a warm
Hours of operation: Mon-Fri, 10am-8pm; Sat, 10am-6pm; Sun, 11am-3pm
Mata Ortiz ceramic art for collectors - pictured here is work by artist Angel Trillo
Pictures thanks to the friendly folks at the Indigena Galeria and to others
Bark paper etchings celebrating the Day of the Dead in November
by internationally famed Mexican artist Nicolas de Jesus
You can also check out the Catrines de los Tarascos of the Michoacan lands, with its unique art of lacquer with gold leaf on the madrono wood.
The lacquered art of Olinala, boxes painted and decorated with
pigments on aromatic wood of linaloe, elaborated by the Nahuas de Guerrero.
The sacred art of the Huicholes with their extraordinary and complex and colorful designs on beeswax.
"Angels have accompanied our lives as symbols of love, kindness, protection,
mercy and especially as messenger between the Earth and the universe.
This is a clever and artistic way to imagine and create the angel
to look after you and your space." - Victoria Macedo
Oaxacan Black Clay on display
Many examples of fine Mexican native art to be seen
Dia de los Muertos - Day of the Dead altar to honor and welcome home deceased friends and family
with offerings of fruit, food, sweets, drink, personal affects,
and all with the lovely orange marigold flowers
Showing off one of the catrinas
Brilliantly colored and beautifully done Nahua native Indian art, from Guerrero state
Bark paper etchings for the Day of the Dead by famed artist Nicolas de Jesus