This is the market area of the Ecomuseo de la Ceramica Chorotega, located in the town of San Vicente, a little down the road from the pottery village of Guaitil. It is like an open air market, as they display the pottery of local artisans around a large room that also has museum displays, with a garden and oven for making pottery out back. Many of the pottery artisans in San Vicente and Guaitil sell pottery in open air market areas in the front of their homes where they make their pottery.
These are the women who work in the museum and pottery market. They obviously are friendly, enjoy their work, and are proud that they are helping to carry on the pre-Columbian traditions of Chotoga pottery. I will show more of it during the next few days. Here is a link to the website for the museum.
This week we are showing photos of a remote area of Aututaki in the Cook Islands of the South Pacific on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.
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