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Artwork from around the world in Santa Fe

SANTA FE, N.M. — Thousands flocked to Museum Hill in Santa Fe on Saturday to peruse booths stocked with handmade artwork from dozens of countries.

Polina Vorotnikova, left, and her mother, Tatiana Vorotnikova, sell traditional Kyrgyzstani felt embroidered hats at the International Folk Art Market. (Eddie Moore/Journal)

Polina Vorotnikova, left, and her mother, Tatiana Vorotnikova, sell traditional Kyrgyzstani felt embroidered hats at the International Folk Art Market. (Eddie Moore/Journal)

Nearly 200 artists are in New Mexico this weekend to offer their wares for sale at the 13th annual International Folk Art Market. Visitors took home an array of handmade items, including ceramics, jewelry, baskets, carvings and textiles.

The market continues from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. today on Museum Hill. Admission is $15 for adults, and free for children 16 and under.

Juned Khatri, left, and his brother Sufiyan Khatri, right, from India, show Christy Martin of Santa Barbara, Calif., their ajrakh block printed textiles at the International Folk Art Market in Santa Fe on Saturday. The fabric is block printed and dyed by hand using natural dye in a 14-step process. (Eddie Moore/Journal)

Juned Khatri, left, and his brother Sufiyan Khatri, right, from India, show Christy Martin of Santa Barbara, Calif., their ajrakh block printed textiles at the International Folk Art Market in Santa Fe on Saturday. The fabric is block printed and dyed by hand using natural dye in a 14-step process. (Eddie Moore/Journal)

Artists take home 90 percent of the profits, often returning home with funds needed to build homes, schools and wells. Since its founding, the market has generated more than $23 million in sales.

Go to www.folkartalliance.org for more information on the event.

 

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