Hand-painted Wooden Ornaments
Scoop up these charming, hand-painted wooden tiles that make wonderful ornaments or wall hangings. They depict saints that hold historical significance in New Mexico and represent Hispanic religious beliefs from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.
- San Ysidro, patron saint of farmers and laborers, whose depiction can be found all over the Los Poblanos property
- Saint Francis, patron saint of animals and nature
- San Pasqual, patron saint of cooks and the kitchen
These wooden, hand-painted tiles measure 1⅞" x 2¼".
Created by local artist Jone Hallmark, a passionate designer and longtime partner of the farm. She got her start surrounded by brushes, paints and oodles of paper as a child on her father's studio floor, and is now an accomplished, award-winning artist, known for her lines of decorated papers. Jone continues to be thrilled by simple lines and colorful details. She lives in Santa Fe, NM with her husband, two dogs and two cats.