The photographs in this collection have been taken over the past several years during the many trips I have made throughout Mexico. I particularly enjoy traveling in the small colonial cities and villages such as Guanajuato, San Miguel de Allene and Patzcuaro.
The Mexican aesthetic is bold and direct, employing strong linear elements, straightforward composition and vivid color. It is an integration of Indian and Spanish influences and these combined tastes are reflected in their art, architecture, dress and fine handicraft objects.
This book also contains a small essay on El Dia de Los Muertos, The Day of The Dead celebration which I have visited several times.