If you're looking for an original gift, half way between contemporary art and traditional crafts, don't miss the Kaolín shop/workshop, which is 26 kilometres from Pamplona in a town called Muruzábal. This is where the potter, Maria Lourdes Lezá, continues with her know-how in a craft company that has survived since the 1980s, which makes it a veteran in the industry. Her technical specialty is to make handmade products using the potter's wheel, which she learned in the 'Escuela de Artes y Oficios de Pamplona' (School of Arts and Crafts in Pamplona) during five years, where she began her hyper-realistic technique that she applies to ceramics, mud, clay and tree ashes. Her objects are little decorative works of art and replicas of objects that are already forgotten and old-fashioned, such as ancient suitcases, hats or umbrellas that all seem to be real. She also recreates murals of antique doors and works with aged materials such as windows and facades.
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