Thursday, December 20, 2012

Melaque fruit truck

Nice fruit display on the street in front on the Banamex bank in Melaque. I saw it but wasn't camera ready. Thanks to David

Foto by David Dagoli

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Festival del Mar Sand Sclupture Contest

Starts tomorrow, Friday, December 14th around 9AM in front of Las Palmas restaurant. Las Palmas is located between Las Brisas Hotel and the El Dorado, closest to El Dorado

Festival del Mar Sand Sclupture Contest - Melaque

Saturday, December 08, 2012

Villa Obregon-Melaque ArtWalk Dec 20

Enjoy an afternoon of art while strolling the calle Esmeralda on Thursday December 20 from 3-6:30 in Villa Obregon.

3 homes will open their doors to display various artwork from different local and Mexican Artists. Showing their work will be Edward Gilliam at his home studio at 35 Esmeralda with his original abstract style of Mexican scenes of women and Mexican life along with his wife, Roxane David showing her photography. 

Jeanne McGee photographs, showing Mexican village scenes at 129 Esmeralda along with Kathy Colhauer, copper beaded jewelry; John Naper, oils depicting Mexican scene; Laura Fine with Mexican Silver Jewelry; Andrea Rose, Mixed Media and a selection of Mexican artists with rugs, paintings and jewelry.

At 85 Calle Hildalgo (next to book exchange) Irma Erazo will be showing her late husband, Martin McCarrick's abstracts along with photography by Melanie Hester and the Laguna del Tule calendar.

Coffee from Taza Negra, indigenous music and refreshments will be served.

Calle Esmeralda is the last perpendicular street to the beach in Villa Obregon, 2 blocks before Bungalows Laguna del Tule. The homes of Edward Gilliam and Jeanne McGee are across from Bungalows Pacifio and next to La Tienda Vida Nueva, respectivly.

Come and enjoy an afternoon out in Melaque area. We look forward to celebrating the Holidays with you through our art.

Thursday, December 06, 2012

Melaque's new skateboard bowl

I took a few fotos of the new skateboard "park" a few weeks ago but yesterday while waiting for mechanics to finish my car I checked it out again. This time someone was using it and it turned out to be an old skim-board friend. The outer rim is about 5 feet off the ground for drainage and so it doesn't get inundated when Melaque floods.

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