This past weekend the Heard Museum celebrated Hispanic culture, tradition and artistry at the Museum’s 12th annual Spanish Market: Mercado de las Artes. Guests were serenaded with mariachi, and colorful folkloric dancers. There were many, many artists available to meet and explain their artwork. In addition to the artists and their work, traditional food was also available for purchase. The Market opened on Saturday, 10:00 a.m. and came to an end on Sunday, 5:00 p.m.
Folk Art Santos-Limited: Leonardo G. Salazar from Taos, New Mexico (left). Right, traditional food available at the Spanish Market.