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Lunar Mythology

By Jade Arroyo

“In all things there seems to be a circle as law.” Tacit Lunática is a line of jewelry designed by Jade Muriel, based and produced in San Miguel de Allende. On October 28, the Calderoni Gallery will present its new collection, Lunar Mythology. within the Art Walk of Day of the Dead at La Aurora The moon is a source of innumerable myths and legends and is associated with the image of various female divinities: Isis, Ishtar, Artemis, Diana, Hecate, and Selene. The moon is a cosmic symbol that has extended to all ages, from time immemorial until today, from one horizon to the other. It also alludes to the world of forms, since the moon is the mother of all forms. It is the primordial form. Lunar Mythology is a celebration of the feminine spirit and circular forms: the universe, the infinite, the cycle of life, and fertility. The circle is a symbol of protection and the sacred. For our ancestors, jewelry was often used as a protective amulet and also as adornment, which gives the piece a little bit of our soul and makes it a highly personal object. That’s the beauty of jewelry. The collection seeks to bring pearls to a modern context and concepts such as elegance that many people associate with something old-fashioned. The collection reinterprets jewelry in new ways and also in ways to wear it, attracting women of all ages. The collection is 100 percent handmade, made locally from design, samples, and production, in Mexican silver and pearls from the Sea of Cortez of Baja California Sur. To know more about the collections, follow them on and Instagram@lunatica.joyeria. Adoration lunaire!

Art Lunar Mythology

Lunática Calderoni Gallery

Art Walk and Day of the Dead, Fábrica La Aurora

Sat, Oct 28, 5–8pm

Free entrance


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