Why Your Next Stop Is The Last Stop

Mission Mexico Photo Painting by Jann Alexander ©2014
Last Stop in Casas Grandes: Mission Mexico Photo Painting by Jann Alexander ©2014

From my new collection, Mission Mexico Photo Paintings: The red funerary church featured in Last Stop in Casas Grandes, above, really is your last stop there—if you’re unlucky enough to expire while visiting this tiny Mexico town. But there’s so much to see in the surrounding state of Chihuahua that you’d do better to just go right on living.

And why stop there? While you’re living it up, preview the new photo paintings in my Mission Mexico collection HERE. And when in Austin, Texas, shop local with the locals for Mission Mexico at the Blue Genie Art Bazaar, “simply the hippest holiday art fair in town” (according to the Austin American Statesman). It’s one stop you really won’t mind making your last—for holiday shopping, that is. ♣ 

The Blue Genie Art Bazaar at the Marchesa Hall and Theatre in Austin, Texas is open 10am-10pm daily through Christmas Eve, featuring over 200 local and regional artists, with free admission, free parking and a cash bar to make the shopping go down easier. More details HERE

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      1. Yes Jann, thanks for asking. 🙂 It is the joy of the festive season that makes me going but it sure is crazy sometimes when too many people start coming.
        I hope you too have a wonderful Christmas with your loved ones, Jann. 🙂

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