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Peace and Love Mask

Victor Dushie
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Description

 

This African mask was created by Master Ghanaian artisan Victor Dushie and his team and meant to represent the virtues of "Peace" and "Love". It features rich green and yellow hues and aluminium accents. Many say it resembles "Corn" and corn has long been symbolic of "sustenance" or the "staff of life".

This mask measures approximately 14.5 inches (height), 3.9 inches (width) and 2 inches (depth). It is made out of Sese Wood and aluminum plate. Weighs approximately 10 ounces. 

Handcrafted and imported from Ghana, your purchase helps support local Ghanaian artisans, their family and the community. Each item is handmade so there may be slight and subtle differences in size, color, and pattern. These slight differences are what makes each African Mask unique and a true work of art.

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Description

 

This African mask was created by Master Ghanaian artisan Victor Dushie and his team and meant to represent the virtues of "Peace" and "Love". It features rich green and yellow hues and aluminium accents. Many say it resembles "Corn" and corn has long been symbolic of "sustenance" or the "staff of life".

This mask measures approximately 14.5 inches (height), 3.9 inches (width) and 2 inches (depth). It is made out of Sese Wood and aluminum plate. Weighs approximately 10 ounces. 

Handcrafted and imported from Ghana, your purchase helps support local Ghanaian artisans, their family and the community. Each item is handmade so there may be slight and subtle differences in size, color, and pattern. These slight differences are what makes each African Mask unique and a true work of art.

Specs.
Edition Hand Carved
Edition Size Each African Mask is Crafted by a Local Artisan and Ghana and is Unique Piece of African Art.
Height 14.5 inches
Length 3.9 inches
Medium Sese Wood
Signed Unsigned
SKU 388987
Width 2 inches
Victor Dushie
Victor Dushie grew up in a community of African artisans, designers and wood carvers. As a result he was naturally interested in the craft and begun working in the trade very young. His mentor was Sasu Kanu who taught him how to craft African Masks. After gaining experience Victor begun crafting his own designs as well as teaching others the trade. He currently creates in a workshop in Accra, Ghana where his team consists of other family members whom he works closely with.
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