African mask 2
This is the second of my series of African masks. I made one, last year and it sold on Etsy. I was sad to pack it away to send to a new home. It was made with African and commercial fabrics, leather from an old purse, suede, fringe, shells. It is 12 1/2" x 28".
L'Afrique au Quotidien : The Meynet Collection
In the year 2000, the Musée des Confluences in Lyon received an important donation of African objects on behalf of Michel and Denise Meynet, collectors driven by a passion to acquire objects which speak volumes about their cultures of origin. L'Afrique au quotidien, currently being presented by the MdC, invites visitors to experience the quality, diversity, and richness of an assemblage formed over the period of a decade. One of the foremost characteristics of the Meynet Collection is its…
Collection online showcases more than four million of the Museum's objects. From Indigenous clothing and Mexican skulls to necklaces made of dolphin teeth, this is one of the most extensive online museum databases in the world.
A FILIPINO PAINTED WOOD SHIELD . Kalinga, early 20th century. 37 | Lot #86550 | Heritage Auctions
A FILIPINO PAINTED WOOD SHIELD Kalinga, early 20th century 37 inches high x 11-1/2 inches wide (94.0 x 29.2 cm) - Available at 2012 September 12 - 13 The...
Bheenth Chitra - A unique Indian tribal wall art style (Step by step guide)
Bheenth Chitra, literally translated as wall drawings is a type of wall art in India. The motifs are large, clear and very distinct. Brush strokes are thick and fairly linear. This unique wall art uses a beautiful mix of geometrical and ethnic motifs. There are no stencils, prints or design blocks used to get the actual design on to the walls. It is a completely freehand art form that takes wall designs to an entirely new level. Here is Bheeth Chitra, or wall art with a Tribal twist.