Wall Hangings Wood(35 items)
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The Face says it all
To Be Alive/Awake is stunning batik. This is art outside the box. Thanks so much for your creativity!
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 Wall Hangings Wood
Handmade Sese Wood and Glass Beaded Wall Art, "Resistance"$87.99
A Ghanaian adinkra symbol meaning "resistance" centers this round wall plaque from West Africa's Theophilus Anum. The artisan crafts the wall art from local sese wood before adorning the edges with textured aluminum plate and colorful recycled glass beads.
Hand-Knotted Cotton Wall Hanging with Fringe from Bali, "Tegalalang Sunrise"$59.99
Inspired by the majesty of the sun over the natural beauty of Tegalalang, Balinese artisan Elis Mufarroha creates this beautiful wall hanging. Cotton yarns in solid ivory are knotted by hand, creating concentric semicircular patterns below a mahogany wood rod. Fringe work dangles elegantly from the bottom of this bohemian wall hanging.
Handmade Thai Cotton Geometric Wall Hanging, "Lanna Summer"$37.99
Inspired by , an elaborate Thai weaving style popular in the ancient kingdom of Lanna, Thailand's Keawpankanlaya presents this gorgeous wall hanging. Crafted with 100% cotton, the hanging is hand woven in hues of red and gold in a geometric motif. The artisan completes the piece with a solid black border and two raintree wood rods on either end for hanging.
Ghanaian Batik Oil on Cotton Collage African Mask on Cotton, "Supreme Being"$104.99
Ghanaian artist Emmanuel Atiemoh Yeboah designs and creates this beautiful piece of artwork using a variety of media and methods. Yeboah creates the likeness of an African mask on calico cloth, a rustic, unrefined cotton fabric. Then, a blend of oil paint and batik patterns is applied to cardstock in a ceiba wood frame, achieving a multi-layered, dimensional and eye-catching piece of artwork that reflects the culture and vivid colors of West Africa.