Gifted with an extraordinary artistic skill, sensitivity, taste and tenderness, Irma is a prime example of the traditional potters in rural Oaxaca. Her large and small dolls, of natural tones, decorated with small animals, birds and flowers, displaying daily life and personal sense of fantasy.
Her traditional methods requires that she uses rudimentary tools like the volteador, a potter's wheel, with clay from surrounding villages. From Atzompa, Oaxaca. Southern Pacific Mexico
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