Gunadule (Colombian and Panamá)
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Each mola is original and unique. Please choose it according to the reference. The reference photo is the Mola that you will receive.
Collection of 24 molas (7 with geometric figures and 17 with animal figures)
The mola is the most representative symbolic expression of the indigenous people Gunadule, also known as Guna (in Castilian), Kunas (in Panama), and Tules (in Colombia), who currently live in Panama and Colombia.
The word means butterfly and it was named this way because of the variety of colors she has. According to the tradition, the geometric designs that are shown on this art mean the protection of the nature spirits.
This writing form that was elaborated by the Guna grandmothers and mothers, indicate the evolution that the culture has reached and also the knowledge that the wise men and women have recreated in connection with the nature.
The designs geometrically, zoomorphic and anthropomorphic, give us a wealth of information from their meanings.
The molas Zoo were manufactured by:
Ref-8: Teodolinda Santacruz (25x38 cm)
Ref-9: Teodolinda Santacruz (37x29 cm)
Ref-10: Teodolinda Santacruz (29x36 cm)
Ref-12: Manuel (29x37 cm)
Ref-13: Nandy (29.5x38 cm)
Ref-14: Gloria (31x40 cm)
Ref-15: Teodolinda Santacruz (35x41 cm)
Ref-16: Gloria (34x44 cm)
Ref-17: Teodolinda Santacruz (31x43 cm)
Ref 18: Jeisy (33x42 cm)
Ref-19: Jeisy (33x41 cm)
Ref-20: Teodolinda Santacruz (33x43 cm)
Ref-21: Teodolinda Santacruz (33x41 cm)
Ref-22: Olivia (32x41 cm)
Ref-23: Teodolinda Santacruz (31x39 cm)
Ref-24: Teodolinda Santacruz (32x39 cm)
Ref-25: Teodolinda Santacruz (28x42 cm)
Molas money goes directly to the community and a percentage is used to fund our environmental preservation projects. Thank you very much.
More information about our partnership with the community Gunadule and Prof. Dr. ABADIO GREEN here.