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Select a photo you like below. You’ll pay Fine Art America to process your order. They’ll take care of every detail, from securely taking your payment, to shipping it to your front door. They have a 30-day refund policy if you’re unhappy with your order for any reason.

Live in Mexico?

Place your order and I will print and ship your order myself instead of using Fine Art America. Your order will typically ship through FedEx within 15 days. Cost of shipping is $300 pesos.

You can contact me with any questions you have about your order.

Use the numerous framing and matting options that Fine Art America provides on their website to customize the size and look of your purchase. Choose from a whole range of paper options, such as glossy, matte, metallic, and so on. After placing your order, it will be sent to the FAA print and frame shop that’s closest to you and ship within 3-5 days.

Live in Mexico?

The prints sold through Fine Art America are unsigned. (Prints I ship myself within Mexico are signed on the back with the phrase “Artist’s Proof.”)

In the United States, your order from Fine Art America will ship within 3-5 business days, via UPS Ground. Outside of the U.S., orders will ship via FedEx or USPS (United States Postal Service).

Live in Mexico?

If your print is being shipped to Mexico, it will be custom printed just for you. It will ship via FedEx within 15 days. The cost for shipping is $300 pesos for up to five prints. More than five prints may require an additional shipping fee. I will notify you by email when your order ships to provide you with the tracking number. If you live in the Lake Chapala area, we can make arrangements to deliver your print in person, saving you any shipping costs.

Your payment will be handled securely on Fine Art America’s website. (At no time will any of your information, such as your credit card number or mailing address, be stored on my own website or in my files.) You can pay with PayPal, plus any credit or debit card from Mastercard, Visa or American Express.

Live in Mexico?

You can pay using your debit or credit card through PayPal or through another method such as cash if you live in the Lake Chapala area.

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  • La Charra fine art printLa Charra fine art print
  • Zayacos & Sombreros fine art photography print for sale
  • Aztec Dancer on Mezcala IslandAztec Dancer on Mezcala Island on Lake Chapala, Mexico
  • A group of pre-Hispanic dancers take part in a procession for Our Lady of the Rosary in Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico. Aztec dancers often form an essential part of important Catholic processions 500 years after the Spanish first arrived to conquer the country.Aztec Dancers during a procession for Our Lady of the Rosary in Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico
  • Antonienta Galván works on braiding the ends of a rug, the final touches before it's ready for sale. Antonieta came to Ajijic from Teotitlán del Valle, Oaxaca, which is world-famous starting treadle-loom weaving in Mexico.Zapotec Hands fine art black and white print
  • A brother and sister improvise and play in a puddle with boats they made out of fallen leaves after a brief afternoon thunderstorm hit the plaza in Ajijic, Mexico. One of the qualities that separates many kids who live in a place like the United States from, say, a place like Mexico is the ability, and at times the necessity, of creating games out of practical everyday items or found objects, such as pesos, rocks or these leaf boats, as shown in the photo.Siblings playing in Ajijic, Mexico
  • Kids pretend to be living marionettes while riding on the back of a moving float during the wacky 2015 New Year's Day Parade in Ajijic, Mexico. The New Year's Day parade is a newer addition to the town's many annual fiestas and religious processions. This one is a bit different as it's often a hodgepodge of various contemporary and traditional themes from Mexico and abroad.The Puppetmaster Adjusts His Hat

La Charra

Escaramuza cowgirl Jacqueline Gómez rides her horse along the shore of Lake Chapala, Mexico, wearing a style of dress which is typical for the area. “La charrería is a sport that gets everyone’s attention, but few understand it,” she says. The cowboy art has Spanish roots and for some remains a popular sport and way of life in many other areas of Mexico, especially the state of Jalisco.

Awards AdoramaPix Your Best Shot Contest #7 of 5,000 photos · Photographer’s Forum, Finalist · International Travel Photography Competition finalist • Moscow International Foto Awards, honorable mention • Photographer’s Forum 36th Annual Spring Photography Contest, finalist   Exhibited In Selected by Peter Turnley for the “Culture” exhibit at the Dark Room Gallery, Vermont • Blank Wall Gallery, Greece   Published In Best of Photography 2016 book by Photographer’s Forum

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Zayacos & Sombreros

Masked zayacos wait to enter the bullring to begin Carnaval-related activities in Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico. The zayacos are a part of the the town’s myriad local traditions. You can read more about the zayacas of Ajijic in my photo series, The Masked Zayacas of Ajijic, Mexico.

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Aztec Dancer on Mezcala Island

Jaime Rodríguez stands on the stone fort on Mezcala Island on Lake Chapala, Mexico.

Awards International Photographer of the Year contest, 2nd place in People/Travel category

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Aztec Dancers During a Procession in Ajijic, Mexico

Aztec dancers take part in a Catholic procession for Our Lady of the Rosary in Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico.

Awards International Photographer of the Year contest, 2nd place in People/Travel category Exhibitions  Selected by Olaf Willoughby for the “In the Moment” at the Dark Room Gallery, Vermont

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Zapotec Hands

Antonieta Ruiz finishes the ends of a Zapotec carpet.

Exhibited In Selected by Scott Willoughby for the “Hands & Feet” exhibition, Dark Room Gallery, Vermont

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Rain Toys

Siblings play with boats they fashioned from fallen leaves after an afternoon summer rainshower in the plaza of Ajijic, Mexico.

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The Puppetmaster Adjusts His Sombrero

Kids ride on the back of a moving float during the New Year’s Day parade in Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico.

Awards Cuartoscuro Latin American Identity contest finalist • Moscow International Foto Awards, honorable mention • International Photography Awards “Family of Man” contest, honorable mention   Exhibited In Museum of Archival Photography, Mexico City • Center For Fine Art Photography, Colorado • Selected by Peter Turnley for the “Culture” exhibit, Dark Room Gallery, Vermont • Blank Wall Gallery, Greece • PH21 Gallery, Hungary   Published In Cuartoscuro Magazine, June 2016 • Fraction Magazine No. 86

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