Folk Art

Mexican Folk Art has many sources of inspiration: myths, stories, cartoons, festivals, dreams, and religious art. Much of Mexico’s folk art aesthetic represents the clash between older folk traditions and post-Columbian Christian influences: the comparatively recent meeting of the two means that the joins are more apparent, hence the bright colours, exuberant religious imagery, and stylised motifs.

Milagros often has Mexican Folk Art by the following Mexican Artists –

Saulo Moreno,
Tiburcio Soteno,
Alvaro De La Cruz,
The Vilchis Family,
The Lorenzo Family,
Maria Jimenez,
Antonio De Cielito Lindo Studio.