Located at the corner of Segundo Sombra and Zapiola Streets at a corner which used to be a country butcher’s shop and dates back from 1850. It was recycled by the owner in 1998 as a Plastic Arts Studio and museum evoking Gaucho themes.
It is here that well-known artist Miguel angel Gasparini exhibits his works including oil paintings, water colors and inks among others touching on the Gauchos from the region and the Criollo horse.
There is also a reproduction of the counter with iron bars typical of “pulperias” general stores, photos and books and documents belonging to famous writer Ricardo Guiraldes. One can normally find the artist here doing his job as well as telling gaucho tales from the area.