Día de Los Muertos
The Day of the Dead, wich has been named an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO, is the most popular Mexican celebration. In Mexico, death is not considered the end; it is thought to be the beginning of a more precious life. According to tradition, on the first and second days of November, a door opens between the words of the living and the dead, and spirits visit Earth to enjoy banquets that their loved ones have prepared for them.
I bought a jagüar sculpture made in Huichol art and it is a fantastic figure representative of Mexico
Jose Trevino Ayech
I have Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera figure made of resin by Mexican artisans
I have 6 Acapulco model chairs of different colors and they make a great harmony with my garden