CasaOtomi

An explosion of handmade Mexican goodness waiting to liven up your space and closet.   Come in and Explore.

We are located in Coyoacan, Mexico

Years Experience: 20

Craft/Material: Embroidered textiles and anything indigenous!

Learned from: Global travels and compassion projects

Background: Prior owner of Fair Trade Gallery

Inspiration: Color! We can't get enough of it!

Aspirations: Our goal is to one day create a real Casa Otomi Eco Farm inspired by all of Mexico's talented artisans. A place to escape it all and immerse yourself with the colors and vibrancy of Mexico.

About: Casa Otomi is the brainchild of Naif Artist Sandra Renteria and Coffee Farmer Abel Chavez.  In Sandra's  past life, she ran the nationally recoginized and award winning fair trade "Indigena Gallery"  in Denver, Colorado.  She dedicated most of her adult life to humanitarian endeavors.  Abel  dedicated most of his life to helping his family run their organic coffee farms in Southern, Oaxaca.   After moving to Mexico to be closer to Abel's family and farm they  merged talents to create the handmade artisan  fair trade line-Casa Otomi.    The  close relationships that have been built with the artisans over the years has been instrumental in being able to create their contemporary designs.  Casa Otomi has many more pieces on the drawing board and we are looking forward to sharing them with everyone.  Thank you for supporting our unique vision!     Sandra & Abel     

 

Please check out our bee conservation project! A portion of all off our sales goes to saving an endangered species of bees within our care.  #savethebess

 

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