Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Colorful Shopping


The Heard Museum's Spanish Market took place this last weekend.  In spite of the rainy day, there were lots of people shopping the colorful items.  These spreads and table runners were especially colorful.

17 comments:

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

such gorgeous colors

Stephanie said...

Wow - more stunning colors! They go so well with your previous post

Magpie said...

Wow! I had to enlarge that second photo just to see what type of work it was. Is that needlework? It is beautiful and obviously a labor of love.

Bruce Taylor, a.k.a. Catalyst said...

Brilliant colors!

Jarart said...

Beautiful!

Lowell said...

The name, "Heard Museum," rings a bell with me...would that have been there in the late 50s, early 60s.

Those crafty artifacts are, as you say, especially colorful. Did you buy any?

Jack said...

Colorful? That is an understatement.

Thérèse said...

It was the most colorful corner of this wonderful exhibit.
Such originality in each one of these artists... I wish I had discovered this yearly event before.

Karl said...

Such brilliant colors, wonderful pics!

Teresa said...

eye-catching eye candy!

RedPat said...

Fabulous! Love this stuff.

Birdman said...

Rain can't keep the color away, can it?

Regina K said...

A Spanish Market usually brings colors that chase away the rain. I've enjoyed catching up with your recent post. I like the top bouquet in yesterday's post.

Kalyan said...

lovely captures!

Randy said...

And what did you buy?

Kate said...

Beautiful in all respects: color and design, especially!

JM said...

This reminds me of the most colouful market I ever visited: Chichicastenango in Guatemala.