Guadalupe, The Queen of Mexico

“On December 12th, 1531, the Virgin of Guadalupe is said to have appeared to Juan Diego on Tepeyac Hill, bridging two worlds, that of the Aztec who saw her and that of the Spanish conquerors who now ruled his land. She has since become the patron and symbol of Mexico, a country born of this fusion of cultures…” to read more of the fascinating story of the icon of Guadalupe go here.

To celebrate, all Guadalupe folk art at the Zinnia Folk Arts shop at GUILD will be 10% off on Saturday, Dec 10!