Cuarto Suspiro

High-Fire Ceramics

Covid-19 Sale

Prolongación de San Fernando #6bis

San Andrés Huayapam, Oaxaca            951 540 8068, 951 500 48 33 o 951 103 92 12 WhatsApp                    Facebook: cuartosupiro


Please read the disclaimer below carefully before using the Feria Maestros del Arte (Feria)

website for COVID-19 SALES.


Por favor, lea atentamente el siguiente descargo de responsabilidad antes de usar la

página web de la Feria Maestros del Arte para VENTAS DE COVID-19.

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Cuarto Suspiro is a workshop for the design and production of contemporary ceramics. Their production is characterized by utilitarian and artistic pieces of high quality with innovative designs and techniques in high temperature ceramics. The workshop is located in the town of San Andrés Huayapam, Oaxaca, a magical place 25 minutes from the center of the city of Oaxaca.

The workshop was founded by Brian Corres and Natalia Bolaños, both graduates of the school of crafts. Together, they collaborate on techniques and styles to achieve unique pieces of great beauty. They have won several prizes — First Place in 2017 at the 2nd National Meeting of Young Artisans and Designers of Mexico. In 2018, they were selected by the national youth institute of Mexico City to collaborate with a special program of the Institute for Creative Exchange (ICE) in Toronto, Canada.

Their process starts from the mixing the clay — they use local, national and imported clay to obtain a mixture that supports the firing temperature and is maleable enough to be able to model it. Next, they go to the production mode. All of the items are handmade either with a potter’s wheel and or molding by hand.

Once the pieces ready, they are dried and undergo the first firing called sancocho at 850ºc. Next, the pieces are glazed — glazes can contain minerals, ashes, metal oxides such as copper, iron, cobalt and manganese — but all glazes are lead-free. For the final firing, a gas kiln is used and fired at 1250ºc.


The Feria assumes no responsibility for any sale made through the use of our website. Transactions should occur between the buyer and the artisan directly. In the event that a language issue arises, where buyer and/or the artisan need assistance, the Feria reserves the right to agree to assist in order to facilitate a sale. Information posted on Feria’s website has been provided by artisans and has been verified to the best of our abilities, however, we cannot guarantee that there are no mistakes or errors. When dealing with artisans, please be patient. Also, we recommend you use WhatsApp texting — this will expedite the sale’s process greatly as most artisans do not use email.

Buyers: We would appreciate feedback regarding your experience purchasing through the use of our website. Please text 331 098 4850 or email


La Feria no asume ninguna responsabilidad por cualquier venta realizada a través del uso de nuestro sitio web. Las transacciones deben realizarse entre el comprador y el artesano directamente. En el caso de que surja un problema de idioma, en el que el comprador y/o el artesano necesiten ayuda, la Feria se reserva el derecho de acordar la asistencia para facilitar la venta. La información publicada en el sitio web de la Feria ha sido proporcionada por los artesanos y ha sido verificada de la mejor manera posible, sin embargo, no podemos garantizar que no haya errores o equivocaciones. Cuando se trata de artesanos, por favor, tenga paciencia. Además, le recomendamos que utilice los mensajes de texto de WhatsApp, ya que esto agilizará enormemente el proceso de la venta, ya que la mayoría de los artesanos no utilizan el correo electrónico.


Compradores: Agradeceríamos recibir comentarios sobre su experiencia de compra a través del uso de nuestra página web. Por favor, envíen un mensaje de texto al 331 098 4850 o un correo electrónico a



The Feria Maestros del Arte is a "heart show", not just another "art show". The Feria is a non-profit organization, both in Mexico and the U.S. that holds an exhibition of Mexican folk art yearly in November in Chapala, Jalisco, Mexico.

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