African Brown Wood Masks(700 items)
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Gallery Wall of African Art Newly Added Addition
This mask makes an excellent addition to the gallery wall in my dining room. The detail is exquisite and I received so many comments on it. Everyone is awed!
By Dan Dolan
Magnificent monkey business!
Large, well made. Unique piece and a great addition to my collection. Artist is very talented. One down side, you have to rig your own way to hang. Would be better with a wire or hanger screwed into the inside of mask.
Salihu Ibrahim Hand-carved wood masks and sculptures
"I worked with the chief's head carver for about 15 years, during which time I learned the various styles and techniques of Ashanti and Akwamu traditional methods of wood carving."
"My name is Salihu Ibrahim, and I was born in the eastern region of Ghana in 1964. My father... read more
Popular African Brown Wood Masks
Painted Sese Wood and Aluminum Wall Mask from Ghana, "Elephant Strength"$77.99
Artisan Rapheal L. Commey of Ghana designs and hand-carves this unique wall mask. Aluminum plates with circle motifs enhance the sese wood face, which is finished with paint and clay. At the top of the mask's head, the artisan carves a small elephant whose trunk extends to form the mask's nose. The artisan calls the mask , which means "elephant" in the Ga language.
Original African Tribal Dance Mask Crafted in Wood and Metal, "Frafra Dancer"$79.99
Awudu Saaed is inspired by the art and customs of the Frafra people for the design of this extraordinary mask. Known also as Fare-fare, they reside in northern Ghana and southern Burkina Faso. In Saaed's original mask design, the antiqued sese wood mask features a jute beard around the proud visage, and diagonal ridges on the crown representing braided hair. Magnificently embossed aluminum adorns the forehead and cheeks representing tribal markings.
Ornate Hand Carved African Mask with Embossed Brass, "Peace Be Unto You"$47.99
Quiet features exude tranquility and good will in this elegant African mask. Adorned with richly embossed brass, the design arises from artisan Rita Addo Zakour's own imagination. She names the exquisite piece which means "peace be unto you" in the Ewe language.
African Wood Mask Carved by Hand with Colorful Beads, "Ntoboase I"$69.99
From Rita Addo Zakour's "Ntoboase" series, this original mask represents "Patience," in the Akan language. The seed-like mask is carved by hand of African sese wood with brass insets on the eyelids and chin. Featuring a slender nose and pouting lips, the mask's cheeks are decorated with colorful glass beads.