At Guadalupe, a town at the Lara state in Venezuela, nature gets naked out of grounded colors, it’s characterized for being homeland of important artisans, mostly dedicated to create art from wood, as well as other products that make this town has a remarkableposition within venezuelan’s craftwork.
The woods used for work at the Lara state in Venezuela, can be reddish, purple, dark or yellow, and are known for the locals as miguelito, roble, cují, curarí or caw’s tongue. These two latter are specially used by our Aranguren artisans on making our products, for having a better quality and longer durability.
I look for to show through
Objetos DAC, the original and superb work of talented venezuelans’ artisans who value and remark the marvelously of our identity
Israel Almarza Arocha