The Mirador de Ahíla towards Cerro del Cirio.
The story of the Mata-Ortiz village is a clear example of the artistic expression of an entire community.
LEARN ABOUT AN INSPIRATIONAL STORY
In the 1960s, Juan Quezada began artisanal pottery work, introducing the pottery vocation to the village and making it the most important ceramic center in northern México.
If you like detailed craftsmanship, you will be able to find similarities between this pottery and that of the Paquimé culture.
EXPLORE THE MATA-ORTIZ POTTERY CENTER
The sculpted and hand-painted pottery Mata-Ortiz exhibition center has been recognized as one of the main leaders in promoting artisanal development in México.
Admire the work of the craftsmen and see the pride in their eyes. Discover the tiny details in contrasting reds and blacks. Each piece is made with patience and dedication.
Purchase art that is regularly exhibited in international galleries
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