African Wall Decor(136 items)
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Perfect for a beach house
I gave this piece to my daughter who lives in Hawaii. She hung it on a bamboo rod. It looks great and is the perfect casual accent for a tropical themed room.
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.
K. Baka Paintings and batik art
"For my paintings, many a time I see them in dreams and visions before I actually paint them. So in the morning I organize my materials and start painting."
“I have now been working with Novica for 15 good years. I call it good because indeed the past 15 years have been full of good opportunities.
“Aside from seeing a change in my business, I have also seen a change in the way I do things and my level of... read more
Popular African Wall Decor
Ashanti Adinkra Symbols Hand Carved Wood Wall Panel, "Ashanti Wisdom II"
Francis Agbete finds inspiration in the wisdom and artistry of the symbols of the Ashanti people. Originally credited to Nana Kofi Adinkra, these legendary symbols revolve around several themes with a rich proverbial content. For the Asante people, proverbs are regarded as a mark of wisdom. Hand-carved of sese wood by Agbete, the symbols on this long wall adornment include, starting at the top: or "that which removes ill luck," which stands for good fortune and sanctity followed by the most widely known symbol, hailing God's supremacy. Next is which encourages to learn from the past, or queen’s servant, symbolizing loyalty and service, and the fifth is the sword of war, represents courage and valor.
Includes galvanized steel hooks for hanging.
Celebration of Music Multicolor Cotton Batik Wall Hanging, "Folk Music"
Ghanaian artisan Oluwayemisi Adeniran handcrafts this cotton batik wall hanging celebrating the folk music of Africa. The batik has a multicolor background with a thin white border and features a musician playing a conga drum.
Hand Crafted 100% Cotton Batik Wall Hanging from Ghana, "Masquerades in the Church"
Miracle-performing masquerading individuals are allowed to enter a church under the pretense of converting them to Christianity in this unusual wall hanging presented by Edward Adeniran of Ghana. He crafts this abstract cotton wall hanging using batik to portray an interesting spiritual scene in Ghana. Contrasting hues of bright purple, brown, and white are sure to add a burst of color to your home decor.
Artisan Crafted Unique Batik Wall Hanging, "Initiation into Womanhood"
Dressed in her best, a girl carries a calabash on her head. Edward Adeniran creates a batik wall hanging of radiant beauty, depicting a teen at the threshold of adulthood. "When a girl is born into kinship and she grows up, she must be initiated into womanhood by carrying the jewelry that her parents gave her to the venue of the ceremony. This is mainly practiced by the Yoruba tribe in the Western part of Nigeria," the Ghanaian artisan explains.