Mudejar - Majda Bekkali
Mudejar art is a syncretic, hybrid art that developed in Andalusia between the 12th and the 16th century. The sacred and secular buildings were built according to a rich and fertile architectural vocabulary, mixing artistic, technical and symbolic contributions coming from different cultures and horizons.
The stones have preserved over the centuries. The hands of Mudejar arkans carved, engraved, and painted this eternal testimony. The churches adorn themselves with arabesques, horseshoe arches, chiselled plasters; the steeples are shaped like minarets; the palaces enclose treasures of ceramics.
These elements produce a moving style of great artistic interest.
Head: Black Pepper, Grapefruit
Heart: Blackcurrant Leaves, Atlas Cedar
Base: Leather, Sandalwood, Oak Moss, Incens