Eccentric Martin Brothers Pottery Still Catching the Eye of Modern Collectors
The Martin Brothers manufactured pottery in London between 1873 and the early 20th century. The four brothers – Wallace, Charles, Walter and Edwin Martin – were pioneers in art pottery, but today, Martinware is considered studio pottery. The brothers produced a
Kokopelli Art: Who or What Is Kokopelli?
Ancient Anasazi Indian mythology is intriguing, and while some of the mythology survives today, a lot has been lost to history. But the legend of Kokopelli is one of the most widespread images to survive. Kokopelli is also a very popular figure in Hopi legends,
Greek Statues: Their Legacy and Why Society Still Likes Them
Ancient Greek statues, and art as a whole, have been able to shape our world despite being created thousands of years ago. A lot of art lovers and just normal people view the Greek interpretation of art and architecture as
Piñatas Are Not as Mexican As You Think They Are
Piñatas are associated with Mexican heritage, but did you know that they might not have originated in Mexico? Historically, the first written record of the piñata comes from the famous Marco Polo during his visit to China. He records seeing brightly
Las Posadas: What Are Those?
A Tradition Mexican traditions are filled with fun, food and Posadas. Outsiders may question the posada, but it’s a brilliant event that occurs over a nine-day period leading up to Christmas Day. Las Posadas are a very important part of Christmas
Go and Visit Teotihuacan at Night for an Awesome Cultural and Life Experience
Teotihuacan is an experience to add to your bucket list. A lot of people want to go see the pyramids in Egypt (who can blame them?), but Teotihuacan at night is a leisure activity you also must try. Located in the