‘Enchanted’

an exhibition inspired by Goddesses, wild cats and San Miguel magic.

‘Enchanted’ exhibition is on for only two days, showcasing new works made and inspired by Mexico including hand painted ceramics, and paintings .A weekend to come to the beautiful Casa de la Noche and view over 30 original one off ceramic pieces. Including urns, sculptural pieces, artist plates, cups and decorative items.

This is Sara Thorn’s first exhibition in Mexico in the enchanting town of San Miguel.

Casa De La Noche

Calle Organos 19.Centro,San Miguel de Allende

12-4pm daily

credit cards and cash accepted, Prices are in pesos and USD.

Each ceramic is unique, with decorative artist plates, large urns and small sculptural pieces influenced by Thorn’s first experience of Semana Santa in Mexico during Easter and Mexican surrealism.

Thorn’s passion was ignited arriving in the beautiful Spanish colonial town of San Miguel de Allende, beguiled by the rainbow colored sunsets, cobbled stone streets, angels, gargoyles and mythological creatures staring down from doorways and water fountains.

Imagery of Mater Dolorosa, angels, milagros and a fusion of a fantastical world inspired by mythology, dream scapes and wild cats will intrigue your  imagination.

'Enchanted' POP Up Exhibition

Sara will be accepting commissions for ceramic pieces .

Sara is working with local artisans incorporating her design sensibility to the local craft form. Currently, her ceramic pieces are produced by a traditional Talavera family in Guanajuato.

'Enchanted' POP Up Exhibition

Originally from Australia, Sara Thorn now calls Saint Miguel home. She has 20+ year career as an artist and designer, working with artisans across India, designing textiles in Paris for Christian Lacroix and creating her limited-edition homewares and fashion pieces under the label Sara Thorn as well as exhibiting her visual art globally.