Floral Masks(46 items)
Welcome to the Floral Mask Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Floral Masks
Definitely a work of art. I have not decided where I want to hang to maximize my enjoyment, but I have it laying out in the meantime. It is really beautiful and I love the colors!
Joyfully uplifting beauty
This piece, this artist; unique in talent and finished work. Captivating comforting art, indeed sublime. I have added other works by this so very talented artist to the decor of my home. There is something quite serine about the work this gentleman is gratefully sharing with the world. Thank you ! Keep creating.
It?s difficult to believe this was carved and painted by hand. It is very exacting with gorgeous details! A piece to be treasured!
Juan and Carolina Hand-painted rustic wood sculptures
"Carolina is an incredible woman. I'm so fortunate to have her by my side… She helps me in every way and, together, we make a wonderful team."
Juan and Carolina are a responsible and hardworking couple whose art is more than a way to make a living. The techniques and... read more
Popular Floral Masks
Batik Wood Mask in Red and Orange from Java, "Wise Princess"
In tones of black, red, and orange, the face of a wise princess is decorated with luscious floral motifs. Javanese artisan Omi Setiawan crafts this mask from albesia wood, decorated using the batik method, where a wax resist is painted onto the surface before colorful dyes are applied. Traditional motifs are visible on the mask's forehead, nose, and cheek.
Fair Trade Wood Bird Mask, "Quest of the Ibis"
With wings outstretched protectively, a questing ibis rests its beak on a woman's forehead. Hibiscus wood reveals the smooth features of a lovely girl. Bali's Eka presents the sweet image carved from hibiscus wood. This wood varies widely in its tones and patterns, thus each mask is an absolutely unique work of art.
Batik Wood Mask in Blue and Multicolor from Java, "Blue Princess"
In tones of blue and multicolor, the face of a princess is decorated with luscious floral motifs. Javanese artisan Omi Setiawan crafts this mask from albesia wood, decorated using the batik method, where a wax resist is painted onto the surface before colorful dyes are applied. Traditional motifs are visible on the mask's forehead, nose, and cheek.