Multicolor Wood Masks(72 items)
Welcome to the Multicolor Wood Mask Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Multicolor Wood Masks
Nice grouping of small masks.
My brother loves the details of the masks and they will go with his collection. They are actually hand size and just right for a mantle or to fill in a small space, even place them in a shadow box.
Very well made. I wanted these to hang on the wall but they come attached to a stand. Nevertheless, they are beautiful on display and beautifully made.
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.
Arturo Aj Canil Traditional Guatemalan wood masks
"I'm the father of five beautiful daughters and I'm totally in love with them. They are the ones who keep me going every day."
"My late uncle was the first in the family to become a wood-carver and I was always passionate about... read more
Popular Multicolor Wood Masks
Ghanaian Hand Made Sese Wood Masks with Metal (Pair), "Akan Chief II"$59.99
This regal pair of handcrafted masks is the original design of Ghana's Abdul Aziz Mohamadu. The artisan carves the masks from sese wood and adorns both with plates of embossed aluminum, featuring patterns reminiscent of tribal scarification. The artisan names the masks , which means "chief" in the Twi dialect of Ghana.
Butterfly Theme Balinese Hibiscus Wood Mask, "Queen of the Butterflies"$69.99
A butterfly alights on the face of a beautiful woman with scarlet lips. Or perhaps it is two birds, facing each other as if in a test of wills. By Gusti Ngurah Semarajaya, the enigmatic hibiscus wood mask is painted by hand. It poses on a stand of guagule wood.
Hand Painted Modern Balinese Mask and Stand, "Mysterious Woman"$69.99
Beautifully carved from hibiscus wood, a woman's face smiles mysteriously. By Gusti Ngurah Semarajaya, the enigmatic mask is meticulously painted with motifs in emerald, ruby and amethyst tones. It poses on a stand of guagule wood.