Dance and Music Wall Decor(96 items)
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I will cherish this item. I just love Peruvian folk music and keep watching it on YouTube. this retablo is so much giving the accent of music and movement. I just love it
The description of this item says it is 8 X 12. It is. Somehow it looks smaller. It is really bright and pretty and a pleasure to see. I love it. Now, I have to have it framed to show it off properly.
Emmanuel Atiemoh Yeboah Framed batik art
"I derive my motifs from social, cultural and historic events."
"I worked at a government survey department from 1981 to 1982. I was later asked to attend their Cartography College. Upon graduation I worked further, but due to lack of professional... read more
Popular Dance and Music Wall Decor
Retablo-Style Nativity Wood Wall Mirror from Peru, "Ayacucho Birth"
By Peruvian artisan Alejandro Chavez, this wall mirror celebrates the traditional nativity. In the style of traditional Chavez diligently crafts a variety of different figurines from ceramic, painted by hand within a wood frame that surrounds a mirror in the center. The upper portion of the frame depict the nativity, while the left and right sections depict a hat and a mask shop. The bottom section depicts a group of musicians dancing and playing traditional music.
Music Theme Hand Crafted Iron Butterfly Wall Sculpture, "Musical Butterfly"
Graceful motifs in brown and black cover the wings of a beautiful butterfly. By Mexican artisan J. Blas, this original wall sculpture features vintage images of musical scores, applied with the decoupage technique.
Ghanaian Musicians Threadwork Wall Art, "Happy Times"
Playing a flute, guitar and drum, three Dagomba musicians from northern Ghana invite all to join in their dance. Ernestina Oppong Asante shares their happy energy with this threadwork composition. She applies one thread at a time, seemingly following the rhythm set by these cheerful musicians.
African Kente Cloth Wall Collage, "Kora Player II"
Music banishes sorrow as a man plays the a stringed instrument of Northern Ghana. Proudly wearing traditional kente cloth, he plays sweet melodies and sings. Emmanuel Atiemoh Yeboa portrays him in oils and ink on calico, adding cutouts of kente cloth for his robe and turban. Original and beautiful, the work provides a glimpse of contemporary life in West Africa. It arrives in a frame of ceiba wood.