Signed Batik Cotton Wall Hanging in Purple from Ghana, "Purple Oju Orisha"
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Depicting the mediator between humanity and the gods, this cotton wall hanging is created by Ghanaian artist Cecilia Adedunmola. In purple hues, a face is depicted in a cubist style. This wall hanging is decorated using the batik method, where a wax resist is hand-painted onto the fabric before being dyed with different colors. It is named Oju Orisha, meaning "eye of the gods" in Yoruba.
- 63 grams
- 0.1 lbs
- 52 cm W x 68 cm H
- 20.5" W x 27" H
Reviews by Customers
This is a breathtaking piece of artwork from Ghana. We have framed it under non-glare glass with a woodsy, inlaid-looking frame and it has a place of honor in our great room. Colors are vivid and true and the attention to detail is extraordinary. The eye is drawn to the beauty and mesmerizing content of the work. Cannot thank the artist enough for adding to our collection of African art. 5 stars.
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