Although the day we visited ( a Thursday) many of the shops were closed, we met the gentleman who started the complex & he shared a little about how it got started. It seemed to me a great deal of the shops were related to pottery. There were several shops I was intrigued to have explored, so it might pay to see if the majority of the shops are open. I particularly liked the Horse Feathers shop & the one with Rustic wood designs who had a great collection of wooden crosses of varying sizes with turquoise inlays. Had there been more shops open & artists to speak to I would likely have given it a higher rating, but we drove quite a distance to only speak to or see 3 people.
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