The upstairs amigas getting ready for the day.
An old town bug.
At the Three Hens and a Rooster Saturday Artists’ Market.
This small market is held in what was formerly a restaurant whose proprietors apparently had to get out of town fast.
Katrina guarding a selection of books.
Barb teaching the coffee shop man some moves.
Another larger Farmers’ Market in Old Town at Lazaro Cardenas Park is also on Saturdays; these two young female mariachis serenaded us with song and violins.
Right across the street is Page in the Sun, one of my favourite coffee places in old town.
There’s a beautiful glass and ceramic mosaic on the wall of the elementary school here.
Another day, another early morning coffee on the Loma Linda deck. Maggie blows out her 21st birthday candle.
Maggie watercolourised Barb and I.
The artist at work – Maggie painted lots of acrylic on canvas works on the deck here.
Another day, another coffee at Page in the Sun, here with Penticton artist and plein air master Angie McIntosh, who has a condo and studio here.
We saw lots of local women getting ready for some kind of performance at Los Arcos amphitheatre.
Janet had her photo taken with some Aztec dancers on the malecon.
Janet and Kathy took some classes with Douglas Simonson at Art Vallarta called Harnessing the Power of Painting and were very impressed with his teaching methods. Below is one of the exercises they did, learning how to mix and blend colours by painting what look like spheres.
See you next time, Puerto Vallarta!