Loa Molina is an artist that crafts beautiful masks of leather. She sells her work and those of other artists in the gallery, NidArt, located in the Plaza Machado, which she owns and operates with her husband. They bought their casa located on Carnaval 26 years ago and established their gallery at their prime location 3 years later. By coincidence I earlier had met her two daughters at the Saturday Market where they were selling delectable bakery goods. Both young women, Nida and Anis help at the gallery, a family-run business, but also have careers of their own. Nida teaches yoga and Anis has majored in culinary arts. Also by coincidence the family owns and operates the cafe across from the gallery, where I hang out when I crave a good latte that I get made to order because I like it muy caliente. I feel very fortunate to have made these delightful connections during our short stay here. What a lovely, gracious, and enterprising family!