Mercado San Miguel Showcases Twenty-Five Leading Artists in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

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Mercado San Miguel, an exciting new concept for showcasing artists in San Miguel de Allende, recently added twenty-five new artists and photographers. The site features an comprehensive art map for visitors interested in visiting local art galleries and San Miguel artists in their home studios.

Mercado San Miguel provides an online guidebook to the arts community of San Miguel de Allende. Meet the artists, writers and photographers who make San Miguel their home. Discover why people from around the world have been travelling to San Miguel for years to visit this unique artist community set in the beauty and majesty of colonial Mexico.

The site features a comprehensive art map and guide to the leading art galleries and studio artists. Twenty-five studio artists are featured on the site. Visitors can preview online portfolios and purchase artwork online through the Mercado's online gallery.

"The San Miguel art scene is really changing. We're seeing new galleries opening every month and many new talented artists relocating to San Miguel from the US and Canada," says Shari Reynolds, founder of Mercado San Miguel. "The site is designed to connect art collectors with the quality art in San Miguel using Internet technology."

The site debuted in September, 2004 and receives thousands of visitors monthly from around the world. Studio artists include: Anado McLauchlin, DaNisha Sculpture, Marjorie Heady, Bob Kays, Angelina Perez, Zoë Siegel, Annemarie Slipper, Susan Plum, Merry Calderoni, Marian Decker, Juan Ezcurdia, Dawn Gaskill, Victor Heady, Oscar Martínez Heredia, David Mallory, Marion Perlet, Mary Jane Miller, Marisela Guitèrrez, Gary Slipper, Christina Sol, Sondra Zell, Agnes Olive, Toller Cranston, Joan Columbus, Deborah Whitehouse, Patrice Wynne, and Val Decker.

About Mercado San Miguel

Mercado San Miguel is a website that showcases the art community of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico focusing on the artists, photographers and writers who live and work in San Miguel.

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