HOUSE OF THE ARTISTS
“Nahualli” is a word of the pre-Hispanic Mexico, which means the hidden, the occult, and the deep inner.
Our house is a space with a spirit of powerful energy. We find deep meaning on daily activities. This is where we live, this is where we create art. Here we give away dreams and experiences, here we make possible and tangible the ethereal of our thinking. In this place we are eternally playing with imagination, and we offer you the possibility of making yours a part of our life.
Nahualli, has been built through time with the chance and the flow of the daily comings and goings of a family. Our continuous goal is “to be creative under all circumstances”.
Our house was born and restored in 2005, and its majestic character has given a worthy space to each one of our artworks, giving us the possibility to open the doors to the public and share our creations. At this place you can enjoy our art collection in a relaxed way, in the warmth that our home offers. Over time, Nahualli has been involved in countless events at the city, and has managed to position itself as one of the most important cultural centers of Merida.
In its interior space, as well as on its terrace, artists from multiple disciplines has been seen. The gallery hosts events of theater, performances, music, dance, film and video, literature, as well as gastronomy and enology. On the other hand, Nahualli participates in art fairs and extramural events in other venues and museums. Our works are exported and collected all over the world. That’s because here; our customers can acquire original pieces, with the guarantee of establishing a direct relationship with the authors, having a personalized certification of each piece acquired.
We are Nahualli, we are family, we are quality and exclusivity; We are “MADE IN MEXICO”.
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She has ventured into various techniques of drawing, painting and engraving. Her intervention painting wooden furniture stands out, as well as her performance in linoleum engraving and her amate prints. Her research of materials and her interest in utilitarian art, it’s constant.