Piece of cinnamon clay, the pigments are extracted from the yellow clay of Tonalá, especially from the clay banks called "arroyo de en medio" in Jalisco. The Pajarito family has distinguished itself for 4 generations as actively specialized creators of the cinnamon clay technique. One of the peculiarities of these pieces is the use of color that is only derived from yellow (brown, black and purple). Pablo Pajarito is the son of the master craftsman Nicasio Pajarito, Grand Master of Mexican popular art. We can find his pieces in collections such as the Great Masters of Fundación Banamex. The decoration is a selection of traditional drawings, which name charales, the difference is in the amount of information this design is more subtle.
Technique: Pottery and ceramics
Measurements : 25 x 40 cm
Colors : Coffee
Materials : Cinnamon clay
Chamula Hecho a Mano
Chamula Hecho a Mano is a project that offers selected pieces of art from different states of Mexico. We are inspired by the work of the artisans and artists with whom we collaborate hand in hand and thus create proposals to harmonize spaces and encourage the use of traditional art in interior and exterior decoration projects. His philosophy consists of creating a better perspective of the value and use of handicrafts as well as promoting the permanence of techniques and traditions of the creators of the works.