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This Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) pot features a celebratory cemetery scene with western skeletons enjoying the festivity.


Day of the Dead is a blend of Mesoamerican traditions with the catholism brought by the Spaniards. It is celebrated on November 1st, when the souls of children come down, and November 2nd when the rest of the souls come visit their family. Mata Ortiz Pottery is a recreation of the Mogollon pottery style found at the historic sites of Casas Grandes in the Mexican state of Chihuahua. This ancient cultural tradition has traveled to us through the past by way of archaeological reclamation. Artists today have sought to recapture the beauty of this pottery and have developed that into the Mata Ortiz pottery style.

Adrian Corona Trillo | Day of the Dead | Mata Ortiz Pottery



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