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Celebrating Latino Culture Through Art
Santa Fe, New Mexico's Spanish Market is one of the largest of its kind in the U.S.
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Pete Ortega's woodcarvings.

(Courtesy of Donna Pedace)

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Flamenco.

(© GENE PEACH)

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Tinwork by Kevin BD Chavez.

(Courtesy of Donna Pedace)

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Crowds at the Spanish market. 

(Courtesy of Donna Pedace)

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The Spanish market cathedral. 

(Courtesy of Donna Pedace)

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Joseph Chavez's hide painting.

(Courtesy of Donna Pedace)

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Carvings by Jose Floyd Lucero.

(Courtesy of Donna Pedace)

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Weaving booth.

(Courtesy of Donna Pedace)

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Jimmy Trujillo straw applique. 

(Courtesy of Donna Pedace)

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Youth_Retablo_Students

Youth retablo students. 

(Courtesy of Donna Pedace)

Celebrating Latino Culture Through Art

Santa Fe, New Mexico's Spanish Market is one of the largest of its kind in the U.S.

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